Sunday, February 28, 2016

List of British extinct mammals by Wikipedia

Arctic lemming: 8000 BC

Aurochs: 1000 BC

Coypu: 1978 (nonnative)

Moose: 1500 BC

Eurasian beaver: 1526

Eurasian brown bear: 1100 AD

Eurasian lynx: 700 AD

Grey whale: 598 BC

Gray wolf: 1743 (Britain), 1786 (Ireland)

Irish elk: 6000 BC

Narrow-headed vole: 8000 BC

Pika: 8000 BC

Root vole: 1500 BC

Saiga antelope: 10,000 BC

Steppe lemming: 8000 BC

Tarpan: 7000 BC

Walrus: 1000 BC

Wisent: 3000 BC

Wolverine: 6000 BC

Woolly mammoth: 10,000 BC

Woolly rhinoceros: 10,000 BC

Cave lion: 10,000 BC

Where Indochinese leopards live

Southern China




Myanmar (Burma)



Indochinese leopard

The Indochinese leopard (Panthera Pardus Delacouri), also known as the South Chinese leopard or South China leopard, is a vulnerable species of leopard native to the Indochinese region of Southern China, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, and Vietnam. This is an Indochinese leopard at the Saigon zoo in Vietnam. The Saigon zoo is Vietnam's largest zoo.

2 cats that were probably from Japan and no longer live there anymore

North Chinese leopard

Eurasian lynx

Extinct mammals of the British isles

Woolly mammoth (Mammuthus Primigenius) - 10,000 BC

Woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta Antiquotatis) - 10,000 BC

Cave lion (Panthera Leo Spelaea) - 10,000 BC

Saiga antelope (Saiga Tatarica) - 10,000 BC

Arctic fox (Vulpes Lagopus) - 10,000 BC

Lemming (Lemmus Lemmus) - 8,000 BC

Narrow-headed vole (Microtus Gregalis) - 7,000 BC

Pika (Ochotona Pusilla) - 9,000 BC

Wild horse (Equus Ferus) - 7,000 BC

Irish elk (Megaloceros Giganteus) - 6,000 BC

Greater mouse-eared bat (Myotis Myotis) - 1990

Reindeer (Rangifer Tarandus) - 3,500 BC

European bison (Bison Bonasus) - 3,000 BC

Wolverine (Gulo Gulo) - 6,000 BC

Northern vole (Mocrotus Oeconomus) - 2,000 BC

Moose (Alces Alces) - 1,500 BC

Auroch (Bos Primigenius) - 1,000 AD

Lynx (Lynx Lynx) - 700 AD

Brown bear (Ursus Arctos) - 1,000 AD

Beaver (Castor Fiber) - 1526

Wild boar (Sus Scrofa) - 1716

Wolf (Canis Lupus) - 1743

Muskrat (Ondatra Zibethicus) - 1935

Coypu (Myocastor Coypus) - 1978

North Chinese leopard

The North Chinese leopard (Panthera Pardus Japonensis), also known as the North China leopard or Chinese leopard, is an endangered leopard native to Northern and Eastern China and the population data is not available in the wild. As its scientific name suggests, some Europeans probably think it was originally from Japan or maybe it really was. This leopard from this picture kinda looks like an Amur leopard because of its thick coat. Its scientific name means "Japanese leopard".

Pictures of the leopards of the main part of the Wikipedia

Leopards on the main part of the Wikipedia

African leopard

Indian leopard

Arabian leopard

Persian leopard

North Chinese leopard

Amur leopard

Indochinese leopard

Javan leopard

Sri-Lankan leopard

Most endangered but possibly extinct leopards

Zanzibar leopard

Sinai leopard

Most endangered leopards

Javan leopard

Amur leopard

5 leopard species on the Wikipedia that aren't on the main part on the species

Anatolian leopard

Baluchistan leopard

Barbary leopard

Sinai leopard

Zanzibar leopard

Subspecies of the Persian leopard

Anatolian leopard

Baluchistan leopard

African leopard subspecies

Central African leopard

Barbary leopard

West African forest leopard

Cape leopard

East African leopard

Somali leopard

Ruwenzori leopard

Abyssinian leopard

West African leopard

Zanzibar leopard

Sinai leopard pictures

Sinai leopard

The Sinai leopard (Panthera Pardus Jarvisi) is a critically endangered leopard species native to the Sinai peninsula in Egypt and since the late 1990's, leopards were no longer recorded in Egypt anymore. It is one of the 3 subspecies of the African leopard along with the Barbary and Zanzibar. There were other leopard species in Egypt including the Arabian, African, and Barbary.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

2 prehistoric spotted Panthera big cats from Europe

European jaguar

European ice age leopard

Largest leopards

European ice age leopard

Persian leopard

African leopard

Indian leopard

Smallest leopards

Sinai leopard

Arabian leopard

Zanzibar leopard

Sri-Lankan leopard

Javan leopard

Illustrations of the Persian leopard

Persian leopard sitting on a tree log.

Persian leopard range map.

Ahmad Shah Qajar with a killed leopard.

Portrait by A.N. Komarov.

Illustrations of the Sri-Lankan leopard

Sri-Lankan leopard in zoo.

Sri-Lankan leopard range map.

Leopard at Wilpattu National Park.

Leopard in Central Sri-Lanka.