Weʼre raising £50 to help protect amur leopards as there are only 90 adults left in the wild. To do this, me and Lucy will run 5k.
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Over the years the Amur leopard hasn't just been hunted viciously, its homelands have been gradually destroyed by unsustainable logging, forest fires, road building, farming, and industrial development.
But recent research shows conservation work is having a positive effect, and wild Amur leopard numbers are believed to have increased, though there are still only around 90 adults in the wild, in Russia and north-east China
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