Sharks off Cornwall, Leopards in Beijing:
leopards continue to survive against the odds in Beijing. They feed on roe deer, goats and rabbits, etc in broadleafed forest and have a radius of less than 100 km."
He said that in the last few years a further 22,000 square kilometres of land had been given protected status in Beijing and that 5% of the municipality was now protected, so it was now "entirely possible" that the Beijing's leopard population would increase to 30, which was its size 50 year ago.
Apparently they're fairly accomplished urban scavengers as well, rather like foxes.
In unrelated but midly homonymic news, 200,000 lepers still live in isolated colonies across China.