A leopard’s tail is just about as long as its entire body. This helps it with balance and enables it to make sharp turns quickly.
A leopard can leap more than 18 feet horizontally- the length of a fairly big room- and jump as high as the ceiling in your room- around 10 feet.
The leopard is capable of running at speeds of 36 miles per hour- as fast as a car- for brief periods.
A leopard’s spots are called rosettes, because they resemble the shape of a rose. Each leopard’s spots are unique, similar to human fingerprints