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Female leopards protect their young cubs by hiding them in lairs.

Cubs suckle for around 3 months and are kept hidden for about the first 8 weeks to protect them from predators.

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Female leopards protect their young cubs by hiding them in lairs.<br />
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Cubs suckle for around 3 months and are kept hidden for about the first 8 weeks to protect them from predators.