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1. Leopard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
pardus Asian Leopard Specialists' Newsletter The Animal Files: Leopard Leopards: wild-cat.org—Anthology about research and conservation of Leopards in Asia Asian Leopard Specialist Society —Research, conservation and
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2. African leopard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
and behavior Leopard in Etosha National Park Male Leopard in Samburu Leopards are generally most active between sunset and sunrise, and kill more prey at this time. [ 10 ] In Kruger National Park , male
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3. Leopard of the Yellagiri Hills - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2 First hunt for the leopard 3 Second hunt for the leopard 4 Third hunt for the leopard 5 Death and post mortem 6 See also 7 References [edit ] Origins The leopard originally limited itself to killing the
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4. Leopard of Gummalapur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1 First hunt for the leopard 2 Second hunt for the leopard 3 Third hunt for the leopard 4 Post mortem 5 See also 6 References [edit ] First hunt for the leopard Kenneth Anderson arrived at Gummalapur at the
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5. Appaloosa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
are linked to the leopard complex mutation (LP). Appaloosas are prone to develop equine recurrent uveitis and congenital stationary night blindness ; the latter has been linked to the leopard complex. Artwork depicting prehistoric
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6. Leopard of the Central Provinces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
place 20-30 miles apart. The leopard caused such panic that the native communities in its range rarely left their homes alone or unarmed. [edit ] Hunt for the leopard An unnamed British hunter set up headquarters in a large village, where he
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7. Leopard of Rudraprayag - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
after killing the man-eating Leopard of Rudraprayag in 1925 The Leopard of Rudraprayag was a male man-eating Leopard, reputed to have killed over 125 people. It was eventually killed by famed big cat hunter and author Jim Corbett . The
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8. Big Five game - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
scent and follow it to the leopard. The leopard will usually flee from the loudly baying dogs and take refuge in a tree or in an area out of their reach. The dogs will hold the leopard at bay in this manner until the hunting party arrives to
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9. Jaguar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
) Jaguar ( P. onca ) Leopard ( P. pardus ) Tiger ( P. tigris ) Uncia Snow Leopard ( U. uncia ) Neofelis Clouded Leopard ( N. nebulosa ) Sunda clouded Leopard ( N. diardi )
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10. Snow Leopard Conservancy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
stewardship of the snow leopard through education, research and grassroots conservation action. Website snowleopardconservancy.org The Snow leopard Conservancy SLC was founded in 2000 by Dr Rodney Jackson, a leading expert on
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