Panthera pardus

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Noun1.Panthera pardus - large feline of African and Asian forests usually having a tawny coat with black spotsPanthera pardus - large feline of African and Asian forests usually having a tawny coat with black spots
big cat, cat - any of several large cats typically able to roar and living in the wild
genus Panthera, Panthera - lions; leopards; snow leopards; jaguars; tigers; cheetahs; saber-toothed tigers
leopardess - female leopard
panther - a leopard in the black color phase
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The one-year-old cub from a family of common leopards, zoologically referred to as Panthera Pardus, had come to the Ghaziabad Village in Bagh from the nearby forests at about 5pm on Wednesday.
The present study was designed to investigate the evolutionary relationship of the Panthera pardus subspecies found in Pakistan by exploring the partial DNA sequences of mitochondrial Cytochrome c Oxidase subunit I (COI) gene.
The leopard, Panthera pardus, is not specifically an African animal.
Increased pacing rates have been associated with the presence of large crowds in the vicinity of the enclosures for Indian leopards, Panthera pardus (Pocock, 1927) (Mallapur and Chellam, 2002).
60 23 Panthera pardus 0 5 Civettictis civetta 10 3 Total 119 60 Table 2.
Keeping in views the extraction and amplification efficiency, Phenol chloroform triton method is recommended for molecular studies of formalin preserved skin samples of Panthera pardus.
Thus, in the localities with Villafranchian carnivorans, hominin activities have a much scarcer impact than in the localities with Galerian carnivorans such as Crocuta crocuta, Panthera pardus and Panthera leo (Madurell-Malapeira, 2010; Madurell-Malapeira et al.
The shooting led ecologists and scientists to call for a conservation zone for the Anatolian leopard, or the Panthera pardus tulliana.
meles and the coyote Canis latrans, followed by the red fox Vulpes vulpes, and the river otter Lutra lutra, the lion Panthera leo, the wolf Canis lupus, the leopard Panthera pardus, and the puma (Table 3).
X X Equus caballus X X Equus hydruntinus X Bos/Bison X X Cervus elaphus X X X Dama dama X Capreolus capreolus X Rangifer tarandus X Sus scropha X Capra pyrenaica X X Rupicapra rupicapra X Orictolagus cuniculus X X X Lepus X Canis lupus X Uulpes vulpes X Lynx pardina X Lynx spelea X Panthera pardus X SOLUTRENSE Beneito Mallaetes Parpallo Ratlla Bubo Elephas sp.