Multi-level living space: gentle slopes dotted with trees and shrubs for the Amur leopards and a hillside habitat with rocky outcroppings for the snow leopards.
The new habitats will encourage the leopards’ natural behavior and enrich their lives.
Creature comforts, such as heated rocks for napping, deadwood for sratching, and high lookout areas for perching.
Up-close viewing for visitors through glass panels.
A glass-fronted maternity den so guests can watch the mother leopards rearing their cubs.
A camouflaged animal care center nestled between the two exhibits with bedrooms, a keeper work area, a food preparation kitchen, and space for on-site veterinary procedures.
Exhibits will be located near Panda Trek.