The Leopard is a nocturnal mammal. It’s foraging strategy is taking its victims by surprise. It’s defensive strategy is hunting during the night while it’s predators are asleep. It camouflages itself by having light fur with black specks on it. It’s tail balances it and covers up the leopard's face while it is sleeping. The Panthera pardus in the future would be adapted to its new environment. It would lose some of its fur because global warming the leopard would be too hot and might die of heat stroke. It would also become a little less nocturnal so it can move around during the day to find a safe place to sleep. It also would dip it’s tail in the gross water when a mouse thinks it’s tail is food the leopard can go and attack it. Lastly it would get curved feet because erosion makes more hills.
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