Leopards are great at hiding in the wild, thanks to their amazing skin and their capability of camouflaging in a lot of places.
The leopard in the picture above is one of the rarest leopards in the world, and its amazing camouflage, which is making it almost invisible.
The leopard in the picture above is an Amur Leopard, which is also known as the Siberian Leopard, they are so rare that there are less than 120 of them living out in the wild.
The Amur Leopard lives in Siberia, and the picture that you can see was taken in the Leopard Nature Reserve in the Far East of Russia.
The reserve is a natural park that was set up by the government of Russia with hopes of saving the Siberian Leopards.
The man who took the pictures is Andrey Troyanov, a senior state inspector of the reserve.
There are only 86 adults left in the wild, and 21 young leopards.
Before reaching this point, the Siberian Leopards were roaming in a number of provinces in China, Korea, and some areas of Eastern Russia.
During the Soviet Era, the population got so low that there were only 30 adults left.
Most of the Siberian Leopards that are found now are only seen in the Primorsky Region of Russia.
The Leopard Nature Reserve in the Far East of Russia is also home to Amur Tigers and Brown and Black Bears.
If you still haven’t found the Amur Leopard, here it is!
See, it’s so good at hiding!