The Royal Zoological Society Of Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park got a pleasant surprise. A rare Amur leopard cub was born to Arina and Freddo in the park’s breeding complex. These leopards are very rare. Only a few exist. When the cub is ready, it will be released into the wild in Russia, which is their habitat.
This is a crowning achievement for the park as it gets to help endangered species of certain animals populate again. The cub will get its first checkup in 3 months. In the meantime, it is healthy and with its mother. Both of the parents came from different habitats in the world just to breed at this facility. With all that accomplished there is now another Amur leopard in the world. There is only one dozen of these leopards. If there is any chance that the population could increase, Highland Wildlife Park will help in that process. The park has a brand new breeding complex that was funded by an anonymous donor, that is where the Amur cub was born. Once it is ready to back into the wild. This wildlife park is nice, but they know that the only way to increase the species is to let back into its habits for survival. The park is a wonderful place.
Highland Wildlife Park is a safari park that houses different animals. Some of them are an endangered species. In these habitats, they are safe and can grow in population before being release back into the wild.
If you need any information concerning the Wildlife Park or any of its animals, contact us, and we will be glad to answer any of your inquiries at that time. See the website for more information and do not hesitate at all to call us.