Classified as Endangered on the IUCN Red List, there are approximately 2500 North Chinese Leopards remaining in the wild in highly fragmented ranges. Native to northern parts of China, only about 100 exist in captivity. They are large leopards, with darker orange background fur than other leopard subspecies. Their rosettes are large, have much darker enclosed fur, and sometimes even a spot within the rosette - traits common in jaguars, but not seen in other leopard subspecies.
Born: May 10 2007 Arrived at EFBC: Born at EFBC
Fun Fact:Son of Kandgi and KimLee, little brother to Li Ming and Yanna