Animal protection groups in Uganda have become increasingly worried about the growth of illegal poaching of leopards recently.
Two leopards were killed by poachers within one month, which is an usual phenomenon, said Uganda Wildlife Education Center.
Henry Kayondo, a breeder at Uganda Wildlife Education Center, found the second dead leopard.
He said that leopard had been trapped for three days when he found it and they have never successfully rescued a leopard from that situation.
[Henry Kayondo, Uganda Wildlife Education Center\:(male english)
"If you delay to rescue it immediately, then it will die of capture. Sometimes, they die of anemia, they bleed until there's no more blood to function their bodies, so they die."
Instead of living together in packs, leopards always prefer to live alone.
They are good at camouflage so they are not easily spotted by tourists.
[Belinda Atim, Professor Uganda Wildlife Education Center\:(female english) More....