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Look closely. Zoom in. It makes me a little nervous that I could be standing this close to a leopard and not be able to see it at all.

According to LiveScience, leopards can be found in sub-Saharan Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Turkey, parts of Southwest Asia, the Himalayan foothills, India, Russia, China, Java and Sri Lanka.

When you give up, here’s the answer:

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