The Minnesota Zoo is home to a variety of leopards, including the Amur Leopard. This endangered species is managed globally in zoos, as part of a Species Survival Plan in North America and a Global Species Management Plan. The Minnesota Zoo has two new Amur leopard cubs, one of the most endangered cats in the world.
Photographing these majestic creatures requires the right lens. A telephoto lens with at least 400mm focal length is recommended for capturing close-up shots of leopards. A wide-angle lens can also be used to capture wider shots of their habitat or multiple animals together.
Visitors to the Minnesota Zoo can observe these beautiful animals up close and take amazing photos with the right lens. By visiting and supporting the zoo, you can help contribute to conservation efforts for this endangered species and many others!

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