Why are leopards full of spots? Is the leopard statue the same as a real leopard?
The spots on the leopard print are their natural camouflage. When the sun shines on the leaves on the leopard-printed golden fur, the spots on them will blend in with the surrounding environment, creating a gorgeous camouflage that is hard to find. When the leopards lie in the woods, the spots on them are mixed with the shade and leaves. Because these leaves can be used as camouflage, the leopard can be fully integrated into the surrounding environment and therefore not easy to find. The leopard statue is 100% true to restore the true form of the leopard.
Leopards are creatures at the top of the food chain. It is difficult for us to observe them at close range. The role of the leopard statue is to allow people to better observe the shape of the leopard.
According to the study, the two leopards in the world have no spots. Not only that, but the spots on different types of leopards are also different. For example, leopard spots look like bronze coins; leopard prints are similar to leopard prints, but the middle patches also have dark spots; overcast leopard spots look like a black cloud; snow leopard spots are very light, grayish-white.