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See video of one of the world's rarest big cats. Camera traps in Kedrovaya Pad Nature Reserve, Russia, captured video of a mother Amur leopard and her two cubs. Amur leopards are critically endangered and it's estimated that less than 60 are left in the wild. Their main threats are poaching and habitat loss. Experts think the cubs are about four months old.
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http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/04/rare-amur-leopard-camera-trap-russia/

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