A study has found that Cambodia’s leopards are heading for extinction.
White-bearded gibbon
Two species work together to gang up on a clouded leopard. 
Polar bear
Many people cannot abide the thought of hunting and killing an animal for sport, others say it can help wildlife to pay its way – at least now there are some official statistics to inform the debate.
Scientists working in Gabon found that a parasite could be causing chimps to be attracted to leopard urine. 
It’s tough being a predator – for many species, most pursuits end in failure, while smaller hunters risk losing their hard-won meals to bigger beasts. But who’s top dog and who has to work hardest to get a meal?
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