Information about the Indian Leopard:
The Indian Leopard subspecies widely distributed on the Indian subcontinent. It's classified as Near Threatened by IUCN since 2008 because populations have declined following habitat loss and fragmentation, poaching for the illegal trade of skins and body parts, and persecution due to conflict situations, these big cats are distributed all over India, in Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and parts of Pakistan. In the Himalayas they are sympatric with snow leopards up to 5,200 meters (17,100 ft) above sea level. Indian leopards inhabit tropical rain forests, dry deciduous forests, temperate forests and northern coniferous forests but do not occur in the mangrove forests of the Sundarbans. The Indian leopard is one of the five big cats found in India, which includes the Asiatic lion, the Bengal tiger, the snow leopard and the clouded leopard.
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