Black Panthers have a very big range. Black panthers’ locations are throughout Asia, Africa, and Central and South America.
Black leopards are mostly seen in the hot, dense tropical rainforest of South and Southeast Asia, especially in southwestern China, Burma, Nepal, southern India, Java, and the southern part of Malaysia. Scientists estimate that in Java and southern Malaysia, the black leopards are more common than light-colored leopards. These animals have also been reported in the dry and rocky areas of Ethiopia, the forests of Mount Kenya and the Aberdares in Africa, although they are much less common in these areas.
Black jaguars live throughout much of South and Central America, and in part of Mexico. They are seen mostly in the dense rainforests of the Amazon Basin; yet, they also have been found living in the deserts of Mexico as well as high in the mountains of Peru and Bolivia.