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ocelot

one of the nine species in the group of New World cats in the family Felidae. Called also Panthera pardalis and painted leopard. It has a small, 3 ft long body, golden to silver color with dark metallic spots on the body and stripes on the head and neck.
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Caption: Above: The Rio Grande River; right: Only around 50 ocelots remain in the U.
The cats contend with three current threats: habitat loss and fragmentation due to urbanization, agriculture, and oil and gas activity; lack of genetic diversity due to the limited population and lack of habitat connectivity; and road mortality, which accounts for some 40 percent of ocelot deaths.
Feeding habits of ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) in southern Brazil.
SNOW SCENE: A stuffed Canadian Lynx in a natural landscape GRIM: A Merseyside police wildlife officer shows an ocelot fur and a stuffed cobra (right) seized in the raid
The Ocelot LPPV has been designed to provide unprecedented levels of blast protection for a vehicle of its size and will be able to carry a crew of up to six people.
Ocelot is the most highly protected and agile vehicle of its size and weight available on today's market, the company said in a statement.
A recent capture of an ocelot at our site indicates that ocelots do occur at WWS, but do so at low abundances or very infrequently, especially relative to margays (A.
The Ocelot was created by Force Protection Europe and Ricardo, a British automotive engineering company, were among several bids for the MoD contract.
These include the rodent Mountain Paca Cuniculus taczanowskii (Stolzmann 1865), the Ocelot L.
But the buildings, abandoned by owner Ocelot Capital Group, were in terrible condition and the city's Housing Preservation and Development had placed 11 of them on its list of the worst maintained buildings in the city.