Amur leopards are critically endangered with approx. only 100 left in the wild!
Brothers Anik & Kazimir are part of a breeding program that will help reintroduce Amur leopards back to the wild.
They are very playful, inquisitive & confident, with Anik being the more dominant one. They both love interacting with enrichment but after being fed they prefer to find a comfy position up on a high platform and either survey the area or sleep.
They are carnivores and like to eat horse meat, calves or quail. To feed them both costs about £11 per week or about £47 per month.