Panthera pardus ciscaucasica
The Persian Leopard is the largest species and it is also the one with the lowest numbers. It is in grave danger of becoming extinct in the near future even with some living in captivity and breeding programs. They range in size based on location but it is common or them to be about 3 to 6.3 feet tall and 130 pounds.
The Persian Leopard has a light tan coat with a white belly. They also have black spots that variety in layout for each of them. They are great hunters and will consume livestock, deer, and wild pigs. They tend to reside in the mountain and forest regions.