"You Interrupted My Nap!"
Adult Leopards meet only to mate and then go about their separate ways. Their young becomes independent at about 22 months of age. Female ranges often overlap. Mother and daughter often meet peacefully after separation. They are inactive during the day, but move about most of the night. They usually rest in trees, and can be spotted by their hanging tails. They are very well camouflaged in this environment.
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