The 20-minute featuring Bardiya a Persian leopard mating will be released as a wildlife documentary shortly.
In late January, Ali Seifoddin, an Iranian wildlife photographer and documentary maker, filmed Bardiya, one of two Persian leopards fitted with GPS tracking neckbands, mating in Tandooreh National Park.
A 20-minute wildlife documentary of what he has caught on camera will be released soon.
Borna, and Bardiya [two male Persian leopards which are estimated to be 4-6 years old and 8-10 years old respectively] were captured alive and equipped with GPS tracking neckbands in the national park in northeastern Iran in late September.
The following is a photo gallery that the news website of Iran Environment and Wildlife posted online on February 16: