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Some of the wetland wildlife includes waterfowl, river otters, gators, turtles, snakes, ocelots, foxes, frogs and many other things.
Long, squat, flat-faced jaguarundis have a uniform coat, while small, agile ocelots sport striking coat patterns.
And at the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge south of the easement, camera traps revealed three more mother ocelots with healthy kittens.
Forty-seven-year India Jackson can’t help but marvel at the silky pillowcases, the $1,000 mattresses, and the atrium with its live ocelot and colorful parrots.
The neighbors include sea turtles, ocelots and howler monkeys.
The jaguars and ocelots wait until the macaws come down to the clay.
Palm Beach Zoo remains home to an ocelot named Jade, who arrived in 2010.
Members of the military travelling with ocelots may board with Group 1.
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Origin and Etymology of ocelot
First Known Use: 1774See Words from the same year
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Definition of ocelot for English Language Learners
: a wildcat that lives mainly in Central and South America and that has light brown fur with black spots and stripes
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