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Amur Leopards are amazing animals. Their spots are called rosettes. But that’s the same as any other big cat with spots on them. One of their adaptations is having long, fluffy fur. This allows them to be warm in the winter, especially when they hunt. They could also use its fur to keep its young warm from the cold. Another adaptation is because their furry white coat is paler than other big cats, it will be harder for their prey to see them. They also hunt in the dark so it will be almost impossible to see them. I think that the Amur Leopard will change in the future by having longer fur. Because if it is EXTREMELY COLD where they live and their fur doesn’t help them feel warm then, they would have to grow more fur for warmth.