leopard

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Synonyms for leopard

the pelt of a leopard

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large feline of African and Asian forests usually having a tawny coat with black spots

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Some shots are amazing - like the portrait of a clouded leopard female showing sadness in her eyes.
With the reclassification, the scientific name of the clouded leopard from the mainland remains Neofelis nebulosa, while the clouded leopard from Borneo and Sumatra is now called Neofelis diardi.
The RSPCA said it was "extremely concerned" that clouded leopards - which can weigh up to 50lb - might be kept in a back garden in a busy residential area of London.
The presentation of the leopard and two variants, the clouded leopard and the snow leopard, speaks vividly of life in the wild.
In the section on smaller cats the reader is introduced to some species they may never have heard of before: kodkod, pallas' cat, oncilla, clouded leopard of Asia, the jaguarundi and the margay.
In fact, a clouded leopard died of avian influenza in Thailand.
The canopy is home to the orangutan, the clouded leopard, and the greatest diversity of "flying" animals on Earth.
The clouded leopard died at Khao Khiew Zoo 44 miles south of Bangkok.
A Clouded leopard has died from bird flu in a Thai zoo.
The beautiful mountainside in Sikkim is also a biodiversity hotspot, with many unique fauna such as the clouded leopard and red panda under threat from poaching and habitat loss.
Many big cats are on show - I liked Christopher Bacon's Lazing Leopard in watercolour and Lesley Crawford's Clouded Leopard in pencil.
Chris Myers has introduced kids to the Galapagos Islands and the Clouded Leopard.
John then published several prints during the 1970s and my painting of a clouded leopard became the best-selling print in America.
However, Sillander (2004: 220) discusses the cultural significance of the belin timang among the Bentian, which he identifies not only as tiger teeth, but also as clouded leopard teeth and defines as "spirit associated ancestral objects" (2004:287) and with reference to Errington (1989) and Kirsch (1973), as having potency, "e.