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LEOPARD

[MIM*151100]
Acronym for lentigines (multiple), electrocardiographic abnormalities, ocular hypertelorism, pulmonary stenosis, abnormalities of genitalia, retardation of growth, and deafness (sensorineural); of autosomal dominant inheritance.
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About the classification of the cubs, he said, it is not clear yet as the zoo staff has not gone close to the leopardess due to her aggressive behavior at the moment.
On October 4, the leopardess was gunned down and a fresh operation was launched to nab the second leopard.
When Vane (cat-driven or cat-guided) returns to the Little One's valley, he is not needed there to protect the children, for Mara's white leopardess Astarte fights off Lilith.
(94) Stoneman's son, Phil, says "I believe the tawny leopardess who keeps his house influences him in this cruel manner.
The six-month-old cat had become stuck while playing in some branches and woke the leopardess who swatted him and left him hanging.
At their feet lay a seven- year- old leopardess with worn out canines and 14 human kills to her name, besides a host of cattle and other livestock.
The cameras caught a snow leopard at night and a snow leopardess during the day.
According to the police, the accused had followed the pugmarks of a leopardess, who had been living with her cubs in the forest.
The acquisition in Paris of Leopardess and Her Young (attributed to Francesco Franzoni; 1734-1808), carved in Italian specimen marbles (giallo tigrato and a realistic tongue carved from rosso antico), encouraged an interest in animal and subsequently other figurative sculpture.