Indian Leopard Facts | India Wildlife Guide
Leopards, being solitary creatures, inhabit and defend home ranges that are between 1 and 12 square miles, depending on the abundance or lack of prey. The territories of males and females often overlap, though leopards guard their home ranges fiercely against members of the same sex. Female territories tend to be smaller and several may be encompassed within one male territory. Males often fight over their space and will mark trees and logs throughout their area by clawing bark and spraying urine.
Leopards primarily use stealth and surprise to capture their prey. These opportunistic hunters have a broad diet that includes sambar, langurs
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