Leopards are one of five species in the genus called Panthera, a member of the Felidae. One thing you should know about leopards is that they don’t retreat when they get injured, instead they become more aggressive and vicious!
Leopards are, without a doubt, very fascinating creatures, which is what makes it one of our readers’ favorite subjects to color. Thus, we have created and compiled 10 free leopards coloring pages that you can download, print, and color for free!
A leopard’s coat is predominantly muted yellow in color with uneven black spots all over its body. You can opt to color these leopards exactly how they originally look like or use a unique set of colors! Feel free to mix and match colors to customize these leopard images! Why not try experimenting with different coloring materials as well?
Have fun transforming these colorless dogs and cats into colorful ones!
Leopards Coloring Pages — Free to Print and Color
This leopards coloring page shows a leopard that seems so relaxed while it is lying on the ground. It is most likely a female leopard guarding her cubs right beside her.
This lovely cat is staring into the horizon, checking a scene, or perhaps it is looking right at you?
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The leopard on this leopards coloring page looks like iis on the move. He or she might be moving to a new den or looking to pounce on a certain prey he or she has recently spotted.
What background are you imagining here? We can’t wait to see which colors you will use!
Something has startled or caught the attention of the leopard in this leopards coloring page. It might be an approaching enemy or a potential prey wandering nearby.
The diagonal lines on this coloring page may be depicting some fast-action drama that will unfold anytime soon. The colors that you will choose for this particular leopard coloring page will make all that drama stand out!
The leopard in this leopards coloring page seems serious and does not want to mess around! With its muscular build and fierce eyes, no one would surely dare to mess with this terrifying leopard!
Did you know that in the wild, leopards may live up to 10 to 12 years? The oldest known leopard is said to have reached 17 years of age.
In this leopards coloring page, there’s a leopard that looks focused. She might be a female guarding her cubs right behind her, or a predator might be lurking right in front of her. Either way, this leopard knows what it wants and it will surely get it.
Did you know that leopard cubs do not get to be born with their distinctive spots called rosettes? Cubs only get those rosettes when they mature.
This leopard, as seen in this leopards coloring page, looks totally calm and composed. It seems to be looking at a herd of gazelles in the distance but it is not interested because it recently had a sumptuous meal and is still full.
Leopards aren’t fussy eaters and can dine on antelopes, some primates, birds, or foxes.
In this leopards coloring page, an adult leopard seems to be walking perpendicular to a prey or maybe a competitor he or she is gauging.
Will you use normal leopard colors here? Why not consider using a different hue or tint for this leopard? Remember, there are no limits to your imagination.
The rosette is a distinctive marking found in leopards, as shown in this leopards coloring page. However, rosettes are also found in other cat species such as cheetah, jaguar, snow leopard, liger, tigon, ocelot, and Bengal cat.
Will you use the typical leopard colors in this coloring sheet, or will you use a unique set of colors?
With its eyes wide open, the adult leopard in this leopards coloring page seems to have found a “jackpot” prey lurking near a depleted body of water. Its last meal was nearly 20 days ago because it failed to catch the antelope a few days ago.
Hopefully, this leopard will be able to catch its prey this time so it can finally have a satisfying, delicious meal!
This leopards coloring page perfectly captures the face of a leopard. It looks savage with its fierce eyes and bold features. Leopards are truly beautiful creatures!
The leopard’s face is surrounded with glimmering stars all over the background, adding an extra dramatic effect to the artwork. What colors will you add to this printable?
Leopards Coloring Pages
We hope you enjoy these leopards coloring pages. It consists of simple and intricate illustrations of adorable pet dogs and cats. Coloring these leopards coloring sheets is the perfect activity for kids of all ages who are fascinated with leopards or love animals in general.
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