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.
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".
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.