clouded leopard

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cloud·ed leopard

(klou′dĭd)
n.
A medium-sized wild cat (Neofelis nebulosa) native to Southeast Asia, having brownish or gray fur with black markings similar to those of a leopard.
Translations
Nebelparder
leopardo longibandopantera nebulosa
puuleopardi
léopard tachetépanthère longibandepanthère nébuleuse
leopardo nebuloso
ウンピョウ
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