Noun(1) nocturnal wildcat of Central America and South America having a dark-spotted buff-brown coat
(1) This is an ocelot from Central and South America.(2) In fact, he had a lion, an ocelot , and a boa constrictor during his playing days.(3) Durst, who once nourished his profile by toting an ocelot , would sell his clubs as soon as they got popular.(4) As Erian had said, just as the ocelot ran off into the forest the poachers came at him, four of them.(5) After about ten minutes, the little ocelot returns with two plates full of steaming meat and vegetables.(6) It is quite possible that TR, were he alive today, would be the proud owner of a gargantuan SUV with a custom interior made out of ocelot hide.(7) And the black girl had been watching her with the unblinking intensity of an ocelot ever since taking her position.(8) I had an amazing few weeks in the rainforest with him, being shown the forest through an ocelot 's eyes.(9) She walked over to Seria, a large ocelot , who began purring as she came near.(10) He paces the bow, cramped as it is, like the caged ocelot or the little peccary leashed to a cleat.(11) An ocelot has eyes on its skin, but that is purely coincidental; the word comes from the Nahuatl word ocelotl, a jaguar.(12) Roadkill has knocked an endangered cat, the ocelot , down to about 80 individuals in the U.S.(13) They say it's like the link between the small ocelot and the large cats like the lion and tiger.(14) This spring, enjoy the sound of success - the low purr of a rare ocelot kitten.(15) We were studying ocelots at the time and needed chickens to lure the cats into our traps.(16) Near a remote salina, a brackish water hole, the tracks of ocelots and lesser anteaters dimpled the shoreline.
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