What Is the Speed of a Leopard?

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The speed of a leopard is 58 kilometres per hour. It can leap over 6 metres and it can jump up to 3 metres vertically. Leopards can grunt, growl, roar or meow. Leopard is the smallest of the four big cats after tiger, lion and jaguar.
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at the max it is 55 mph but ussually 40 mph and they can jump 50 feet horizontally and 45 feet in the air.
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A leopard speed can measure in the ranges of 45 to 50 miles per hour. The leopard is the third fastest animal in the world. Leopards are very agile and fast animals.
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