Australasian Leopard Population Leopards are held across three facilities in Australasia - one holds a generic leopard and the other two hold Sri Lankan leopards. The Sri Lankan leopards are part of the European Breeding Programme. They include four founders and two young males, who were the first of their species born in Australasia. Adelaide Zoo has expressed an interest in holding Sri Lankan leopard in the future. Generic Leopard Population Kamo Wildlife Sanctuary, New Zealand: 1.0 Mandla (01/10/2002 Heythrop Zoological Gardens) Imported 2005 Total regional population: 1.0 leopards Sri Lankan Leopard Population National Zoo and Aquarium, Australia: 1.0 Ankesh (born 13/08/2016 Santillana Zoo) Imported 2019 0.1 Yakalla (born 20/05/2011 Parc des Félins) Imported 2019 1.0 Asanka (born 24/12/2020 National Zoo and Aquarium) Ankesh x Yakalla 1.0 Chatura (born 24/12/2020 National Zoo and Aquarium) Ankesh x Yakalla Darling Downs Zoo, Australia: 1.0 Ecko (born 16/07/2016 Valencia Bioparc) Imported 2021 0.1 Maysha (born 13/03/2017 Zoobotánico Jerez) Imported 2021 Total regional population: 4.2 leopards I’d like to thank @Steve Robinson for details on the Sri Lankan leopards held at Darling Downs Zoo and for his initiative in undertaking the region’s most exciting import of 2021. I wish Darling Downs Zoo every success in breeding these magnificent cats.