Leo 69F is one of the oldest residents of the national park. Her image was first captured by camera traps in 2008, and she has since been seen annually.
The leopardess has lived in the same part of the park for many years. Like other female leopards, she doesn't like moving around too far and has been spotted by the same camera trap from year to year.
In December 2017, a witness recorded a video of the leopardess: Leo 69F came very close to a motorway at the border of the national park. Despite the low quality of the video, scientists noted that the feline looked healthy.