Rare Amur Leopard born at St. Louis Zoo

Rare Amur Leopard born at St. Louis Zoo
Carol Fieseler, a quarantine specialist gives Sofiya, a new born Amur leopard,a bottle during a feeding in the Childrens Zoo in St. Louis on June 12, 2008. The endangered female was born on May 10. Bottle feeding will continue for three months. The Amur Leopard is considered one of the most endangered cat subspecies in the world with only approximately 40 left in the wild forests of the Primorye Province of Eastern Russia. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
License photo
Most Popular
Study claims pregnant women can eat fish without harming their baby
Muslim woman sues police in Michigan for making her remove head scarf
'American Sniper' widow awarded over $60,000 from rifle auction
Astronomers get rare view of three moons casting shadows on Jupiter
Parent complains about 'Po Pimp' homework assignment