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LEOPARDLaw Enforcement Officer Performance and Reaction Drill
LEOPARDLocal Engineering Operations Processing and Analyses of Recorded Data (computerized system to cater for all field technical records)
LEOPARDLegendary Operations Advanced Research Devices (company)
LEOPARDUK Royal Flight (Prince Andrew on Board)
LEOPARDLentigines, EKG abnormality, Ocular hypertelorism, Pulmonary stenosis, Abnormal genitalia, Retarded growth, Deafness (congenital syndrome)
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At an uproar behind us the Leopard Man turned quietly around.
The Leopard Man smiled in a sweetly wistful fashion, and the far-away look came into his eyes.
Then the leopards got proud too and said they wouldn't help.
And take all the other empty-headed lions with you-- and those stupid leopards and antelopes.
Then the Doctor was very happy; for all the lions and the leopards and the antelopes and the giraffes and the zebras--all the animals of the forests and the mountains and the plains --came to help him in his work.
He looked it, and the piercing glitter that arose at times in his eyes was the same piercing glitter I had observed in the eyes of caged leopards and other preying creatures of the wild.
Caption: Members of the Royal Canadian Dragoons on patrol in a Leopard tank.
The classic leopard print cardigan is a wardrobe must have and can be worn in a multitude of ways; we've given ours a girly update with a full skirt and retro sling back heels.
Herders are then paid 2,500 rupees (about $29) for any animal that is killed by a leopard.
The curious snow leopard is seen sniffing around the rock and walks up to the infrared camera.
Major threats to the survival of wildlife especially snow leopard are retaliatory killing (shooting, poisoning), poaching, loss of natural prey, habitat degradation (over grazing, fodder and fuel wood collection), and lack of awareness.
This competition for food reduces the number of wild prey for leopards to eat.