Wild and Free Foundation - Do Leopards spend most of their time in trees?

The idea that leopards live exclusively in the treetops is a misconception. Most of their activities take place on land, with occasional visits to trees if they need to escape predators or reach higher vantage points. A new study by Wild and Free Foundation found that while 73% of photos show leopards in the tree canopy, there are minimal images of leopards at ground level where the cats were observed foraging, sleeping or resting. As part of its mission, Wild and Free creates better wildlife protected areas so animals can move freely without being hunted.

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