New Delhi: The number of leopards has increased by more than one thousand during the period of 2018 to 2022 in the country. According to a report released by the Environment, Forest and Climate Change Ministry, the number of leopards in the country has now reached 13 thousand 874, which was 12 thousand 852 in the year 2018.

Union Environment, Forest, and Climate Change Minister Bhupender Yadav yesterday released the report on the Status of Leopards in India in New Delhi. He said, Central India has recorded the highest population with Madhya Pradesh having three thousand 907

leopards. Mr Yadav said, under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, this conservation journey embodies the ethos of One Earth, One Family, and One Future.

The fifth cycle leopard population estimation was carried out by the National Tiger Conservation Authority and Wildlife Institute of India, in collaboration with State Forest Departments. This exercise has proved invaluable to the conservation efforts of the country. The findings underscore the critical role of Protected Areas in conserving leopard populations.

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