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notices by local people, 56 sets of tracks, 13 pieces of scat, two ground-scrapings, and three tree-scratchings (Kumerloeve 1971; Baytop 1973; Gürpınar 1974; Kumerloeve 1975; Kumerloeve 1976; Borner 1977; Ulrich and Riffel 1993; Gürpınar 2000; Baºkaya 2003; Baºkaya and Bilgili 2004; Üstay 2008; GDNP 2012; GDNP 2016; Arpacık 2018; Sarı 2018; Toyran 2018; Sarı et al. 2020; Karatas et al. 2021). Some photographs of these records are presented in Appendix-I. In order to prevent overlapping during the implementation of the model and due to the lack of precision/resolution of climate data or presence points, care was taken to ensure that the distance between the points was not less than 10 km; to this end, when there were areas that were too close to each other, one was randomly selected (Boria et al. 2014; Varela et al. 2014; Zhang et al. 2019a). A total of 97 known leopard occurrence points were generated using ArcGIS 10.2 (Esri, Redlands, California, USA). The distribution of these points on the map is given in Figure 1.