Poltavsky is an adult male leopard who has a very big home range. Now he lives in the northern part of Land of the Leopard National Park, having been spotted in the protected zone, but trail cameras also captured him in the Poltavsky Wildlife Refuge, thus how he got his name.
Leo 77M regularly delights Land of the Leopard staff with beautiful pictures. Like all spotted predators, he prefers to move along the slopes of high hills, tracking his prey from above.
Poltavsky is graceful and in excellent shape, unlike some other, less mobile male leopards.