And take all the other empty-headed lions with you-- and those stupid leopards and antelopes.
Then the Doctor was very happy; for all the lions and the leopards and the antelopes and the giraffes and the zebras--all the animals of the forests and the mountains and the plains --came to help him in his work.
The Leopard Man glanced casually over his finger nails in a manner which would have been critical had it not been so sad.
At an uproar behind us the Leopard Man turned quietly around.
The Leopard Man smiled in a sweetly wistful fashion, and the far-away look came into his eyes.
No object could have looked more foreign to the gleaming cranks and wheels than this unsophisticated girl, with the round bare arms, the rainy face and hair, the suspended attitude of a friendly leopard
at pause, the print gown of no date or fashion, and the cotton bonnet drooping on her brow.
That night a little son was born in the tiny cabin beside the primeval forest, while a leopard
screamed before the door, and the deep notes of a lion's roar sounded from beyond the ridge.
She's every right to expect a handsome present from me, of course," she thought, looking vaguely at the leopard
on its hind legs, "and I've no doubt she does
Had a lion or a leopard
sought sanctuary in the interior, unbeknown to the sentries?
Little monkeys in the tree-tops chattered and scolded, and from the distance of the inland forest came the scream of a leopard
THE FOX and the Leopard
disputed which was the more beautiful of the two.
People might kill snow leopards
because the cats eat their livestock, to sell their fur on the black market, or to smuggle their bones to China for use in traditional medicines.