The Indian leopard sculpture/model by Indiwild, 1 of the best Sculpture
The Indian leopard (Panthera pardus fusca) is a subspecies of leopard native to the Indian subcontinent.Along with the Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Snow leopard and clouded leopard, it’s one of the big cats inhabiting the forests of IndiaThis article will give further details about the Indian Leopard within the context of the Civil Services Examination.Characteristics of the Indian leopardThe Indian leopard has a well-developed tail, short ears and strong legs. Their eyes are yellowish grey with light grey ocular bulbs. It’s spots fade towards the underbelly and the lower part of the legs. The white-tipped tail is 60-100 cm long. Its rossetts are the most prominent among all leopard subspecies of AsiaIts fur colour varies as per geography. They are more pale in arid regions, gray in colder climates and golden in colour in rainforests.