jaguar vs leopard

jaguar leopard

Definitions

  • 1) A carnivorous spotted large cat native to South and Central America. Scientific name: Panthera onca.
  • 2) A large feline mammal (Panthera onca) of Mexico, Central America, and South America, closely related to the leopard and having a tawny coat spotted with black rosettes.
  • 3) (Zoöl.) A large and powerful feline animal (Panthera onca, formerly Felis onca), ranging from Texas and Mexico to Patagonia. It is usually brownish yellow, with large, dark, somewhat angular rings, each generally inclosing one or two dark spots. It is chiefly arboreal in its habits. It is also called the panther and the American tiger.
  • 4) A carnivorous mammal, Felisonca, the largest and most formidable feline quadruped of America.

Definitions

  • 1) A large wild cat with a spotted coat, Panthera pardus, indigenous to Africa and Asia.
  • 2) Heraldry A lion in side view, having one forepaw raised and the head facing the observer.
  • 3) Any of several similar felines, such as the cheetah or the snow leopard.
  • 4) A large wild cat (Panthera pardus) of Africa and southern Asia, having either tawny fur with dark rosettelike markings or black fur.
  • 5) (Zoöl.) any one of several species or varieties of small, spotted cats found in Africa, Southern Asia, and the East Indies; esp., Felis Bengalensis.
  • 6) See Gopher, 2.
  • 7) (Zoöl.) A large, savage, carnivorous mammal (Felis leopardus). It is of a yellow or fawn color, with rings or roselike clusters of black spots along the back and sides. It is found in Southern Asia and Africa. By some the panther (Felis pardus) is regarded as a variety of leopard.
  • 8) See Cheetah.
  • 9) large feline of African and Asian forests usually having a tawny coat with black spots
  • 10) the pelt of a leopard
  • 11) A gold coin, weighing from about 53 to 69 grains, struck by Edward III. and Edward the Black Prince of England, for circulation in France, and having on the obverse a lion passant gardant. In French heraldry this representation is described as a lion léopardé, whence the name of the coin.
  • 12) In heraldry, originally, a lion passant gardant.
  • 13) The pard or panther, Felis pardus, the largest spotted cat of the Old World.

Examples

  • 1) We don't see a jaguar, but this first day is sensational all the same.
  • 2) I also want jaguars to be seen not only as beautiful cars, but as modern cars.
  • 3) Yes | No | Report from Marine1 wrote 12 weeks 4 days ago martin jaguar double cam gold tip shafts with muzzy three blade 100s 50-75 lbs limbsaver 4 inch stabilizer and limb dampeners cabelas double clamp release with tracker sights
  • 4) I love these videos, because the jaguar is simultaneously acting very much like a cat (playing around) and very much not like a cat (playing in the water).
  • 5) I think it's the end-stress that lends some words to becoming one syllable - like the word jaguar goes from 'JAG-u-er' to
  • 6) Now thoroughly assimilated into English, the word jaguar’ is borrowed from Tupi or Lngua Geral, a language once spoken by millions all over Portuguese Brazil and now probably destined to disappear, since no more than a few hundred speakers remain.
  • 7) When someone is searching for the word "jaguar," Google would have a better idea of whether the person was interested in the animal or the car."
  • 8) While, this is very cool when looking at something very general like their suggested search "jaguar" -- this is what I get when I type in my own name:
  • 9) In Mexico, the jaguar has been a popular mythological creature dating to pre-Hispanic times.
  • 10) ‘The big cats you find outside Africa include tiger, jaguar, leopard, cougar and Iberian lynx.’
  • 11) ‘We had reached Mexico's Calakmul Biosphere Reserve, home to jaguarundis, ocelots, margays, pumas, and jaguars.’
  • 12) ‘In the event that it decides to develop the area, there will be serious risks to the health and long-term survival of the region which is home to jaguars, pumas, tapirs and many more endangered species.’
  • 13) ‘In size and marking it looks very much like a leopard, although the jaguar is the much heavier animal, weighing up to 34 kg.’
  • 14) ‘Both leopards and jaguars have a similar brownish yellow base fur colour, which is distinctively marked with dark rosette markings.’

Examples

  • 1) The snow leopard cub padded into view and ten million hearts leapt.
  • 2) But in this case, can a leopard really change its spots?
  • 3) Snow leopards are beautiful animals.
  • 4) Would you actually know if the last snow leopard were defunct, as long as you could see it on the screen?
  • 5) Or make for the mobile hide, to watch elephants and leopards drinking at not much more than arm's length.
  • 6) Or is the leopard coat the new suede skirt?
  • 7) His younger brother was dressed in a leopard skin.
  • 8) There was no doubt it was the work of a snow leopard.
  • 9) Most of all it is one of the best places to spot leopards in the wild.
  • 10) We will see if this particular leopard now changes his spots.
  • 11) There have been more sightings of the terror chief than of snow leopards.
  • 12) The leopard does not change his spots.
  • 13) Snow leopards have their being in remoteness.
  • 14) Such leopards do not change their spots.
  • 15) The idea was that once the baboon had grown up it would protect the livestock from predators like cheetah and leopard.
  • 16) Who says a leopard can't change its spots?
  • 17) Their gardens open onto views of trees and hills through which lions, elephants and leopards roam.
  • 18) Few go home without seeing leopards, while lions and breeding herds of elephant are seen daily.
  • 19) There will be a daily game drive in the park to spot leopards, elephants and tropical birds.
  • 20) That first day we saw a cheetah, a leopard and a pride of lions with their cubs.
  • 21) With one hand she strokes a leopard skin; the air is thick with the scent of lilies.
  • 22) The baboon would keep the goats together as they grazed during the day, giving alarm calls if it spotted cheetahs or leopards.
  • 23) Where else can you go whale watching in the morning, then drive a couple of hours inland and see wild leopards in the afternoon?
  • 24) A leopard print coat looks as good with jeans and T-shirt as it does thrown over a party dress.
  • 25) You'll also be looking for lions, leopards and desert elephants.
  • 26) We say, go wild with leopard print, buckled boots and the jumper.
  • 27) And as money is no object they can be chauffeured to see some of Africa's lions and leopards.
  • 28) A Lion walking and looking about him, the early Heralds held to be acting the part of a leopard: consequently, when he was in any such attitude, they blazoned him as “_a leopard_.”
  • 29) I have always avoided the use of the term leopard, except when speaking of the hunting chita, preferring to call the others panthers.
  • 30) Although the term leopard, as applied to panthers, has the sanction of almost immemorable custom, I do not see why, in writing on the subject, we should perpetuate the misnomer, especially as most naturalists and sportsmen are now inclined to make the proper distinction.
  • 31) Backless vests in leopard-embossed jacquard fastened around the neck and across the back with stud-encrusted straps in black leather.
  • 32) This leopard is very dominant and controlling, more so because of his childhoold so you understand that need in him.
  • 33) Actually, I think that leopard is the best OS for a netbook if you use wisely the stacks and dock.
  • 34) Because although he brought a welcome note of levity and color to the proceedings by popping up at intervals in leopard-skin skivvies and straight jacket and chains, and although Ellen and I had a great time coming up with theories, the play itself wasn't entirely clear on what he was actually doing there.
  • 35) Snow leopard is still very secretive as to what it will include feature wise.
  • 36) ‘The list of the critically endangered include the black rhino and Siberian tiger and the Amur leopard of Asia.’
  • 37) ‘But a new survey suggests that the country may now be home to wild leopards, pumas, and other big cats.’
  • 38) ‘I have been filming for 14 years now, working with hyenas, leopards, and jackals.’
  • 39) ‘The dogs, Anatolian shepherds, live with the livestock on the range and protect them from cheetahs and leopards.’
  • 40) ‘In size and marking it looks very much like a leopard, although the jaguar is the much heavier animal, weighing up to 34 kg.’
  • 41) ‘Of all the big cats, the leopard is the most resourceful.’
  • 42) ‘For instance, by choosing to hunt at a different place or time, coyotes avoid wolves, cheetahs avoid lions, and leopards avoid tigers.’
  • 43) ‘The region is rich in biodiversity and also home to about 50 tigers, hundreds of wild Indian elephants, Indian bison, leopards, and many types of birds.’
  • 44) ‘Land mammals whose bones were excavated at Ogoloma include goats, cows, royal antelope, leopards, dogs, elephants, cats, and waterbuck.’
  • 45) ‘The British Big Cats Society says its 15-month survey indicates there is little doubt that big cats such as leopards, lynxes and pumas are roaming Britain.’
  • 46) ‘For example, all cats - lions, tigers, cheetahs, leopards and housecats - belong to the family Felidae; all dogs belong to Canidae.’
  • 47) ‘Long-term studies of solitary cats such as tigers, pumas, leopards, cheetahs and lynx have shown that male cubs usually leave the area where they were born and wander in search of a territory.’
  • 48) ‘It is also a refuge for elephants, buffaloes, zebras, cheetahs, leopards, lions, waterbucks and impalas and it contains the only protected indigenous forest remaining in the area.’
  • 49) ‘The result was the adoption of husbandry practices that allowed populations of elephants, zebras, giraffes, and antelope to flourish, serving as food to leopards, hyenas, and wild dogs.’
  • 50) ‘The flood plains of the Brahmaputra are a refuge for tigers, leopards, sloth bears, elephants and 75% of the world's population of great Indian one-horned rhinos.’
  • 51) ‘In addition to man, kudus are preyed upon by lions, leopards, and wild dogs.’
  • 52) ‘Their principal enemy is the leopard, but even leopards will avoid an encounter with the larger, adult males who are courageous and vicious adversaries.’
  • 53) ‘I will do this with the passion of a wild animal, such as the leopard or cheetah, or perhaps the polar bear.’
  • 54) ‘Lions and other large predators like hyenas and leopards are killed by livestock owners who have no patience for the carnivores' appetite for cows, sheep, and goats.’
  • 55) ‘The easiest solution is to kill hyenas, jackals and leopards with poisoned carcasses.’
  • 56) ‘Would those conservatively-dressed women have dared to step out in leopard print shoes had their mentor not worn them?’
  • 57) ‘Luckily, I can sit behind the drum kit in regular shorts or short pants, but the guys in front dress up in spandex and leather and leopard print.’
  • 58) ‘They were pretty surprised, partly because they were leopard print but mostly because I'd been wearing them for three days.’
  • 59) ‘For six lucky readers, we have two each of pink, denim and leopard beanbags.’
  • 60) ‘It's painted matte black and has some artful pinstriping and faux leopard upholstery.’
  • 61) ‘More famed for her fashion sense, which has included leopard print shoes, leather basques and all in one rubber bodysuits, than her policies, Theresa may benefit from being the only women in the leadership race.’
  • 62) ‘Some came in sweaters and leather jackets; others in their Sunday-best suits and leopard print shawls.’
  • 63) ‘Sassy barmaid Bet Lynch made a glitzy return to Coronation Street yesterday, dressed head to toe in leopard print.’
  • 64) ‘And her choice of leopard print is objectionable on every possible count of taste.’
  • 65) ‘Although zebra and leopard prints are not as popular as they were a few years ago, the animal theme is back in a different guise.’
  • 66) ‘But if I ever came across that catalogue again, and discovered that they were still selling leopard print kaftans, I'd be very happy indeed.’
  • 67) ‘Acceptable clothing, however, does not include ornately woven sandals, leopard patterns of any sort, and obscene souvenir T-shirts from vacations past.’
  • 68) ‘Decked in leopard print pants, he fixes his gaze on the back of the audience and proclaims he ‘wants a way out’.’
  • 69) ‘I mean, the two of them were wearing leopard print camisoles with matching panties!’
  • 70) ‘And knowing him, he probably wears silk boxers with leopard print.’
  • 71) ‘True, he'd stolen the high priest's leopard robe.’
  • 72) ‘Dad, completely outraged, took pictures of Nick and I when were fourteen and twelve posing with leopard speedo bathing suits and taped them all over the house.’
  • 73) ‘Then for her father she got a black day planner and some organizational stickers, and for Emily she got a planer that was covered in leopard print that said ‘cool’ in the middle of it.’
  • 74) ‘As he spoke, he was loading domestic beer and imported wine into his new SUV with silhouettes of skiers on the outside and fake leopard seat covers inside.’
  • 75) ‘The bed was covered in bedding with leopard print.’
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