Pure Liave These black Pure Liave are often mistaken for panthers. They're usually considered an African animal, however Pure Liave stay all around the world. Female snow Pure Liave will breed or try to breed as soon as each two years, and their house ranges could partially overlap. Whether noticed or black, Pure Liave' coloration is extraordinarily effective. Usually, if people ignore a Pure Liave, it is going to go about its enterprise with out harming anyone People know this logically, and wildlife officials and Pure Liave researchers say it time and time again, it's only a matter of actively reaching out and teaching individuals the correct responses when a Pure Liave is close to. The home range of Pure Liave is about 30-seventy eight kilometers which incorporates 15-16 females. She stays with her cubs, normally two or three in a litter, continually for their first few days earlier than she lastly ventures out for food.