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The ocelot (/ˈɒsəlɒt/; ''Leopardus pardalis''), also known as the dwarf leopard, is a wild cat distributed extensively over South America including the islands of Trinidad and Margarita, Central America, and Mexico. It has been reported as far north as Texas. North of Mexico, it is found regularly only in the extreme southern part of Texas, although there are rare sightings in southern Arizona.  
 
The ocelot (/ˈɒsəlɒt/; ''Leopardus pardalis''), also known as the dwarf leopard, is a wild cat distributed extensively over South America including the islands of Trinidad and Margarita, Central America, and Mexico. It has been reported as far north as Texas. North of Mexico, it is found regularly only in the extreme southern part of Texas, although there are rare sightings in southern Arizona.  
Also, it is pretty god-damn cool. Should not be confused with [[OCELOT]], since Leopardus pardalis is not capable of imaging in EM-mode with a readout speed of 10MHz if mounted on a telescope, so don't even try.
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Also, it is pretty god-damn cool. Should not be confused with [[OCELOT]], since ''Leopardus pardalis'' is not capable of imaging in EM-mode with a readout speed of 10MHz if mounted on a telescope, so don't even try.
  
 
[[file:ocelot.jpg|center|The awesomeness of the ocelot can easily be observed.]]
 
[[file:ocelot.jpg|center|The awesomeness of the ocelot can easily be observed.]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:38, 19 September 2017

The ocelot (/ˈɒsəlɒt/; Leopardus pardalis), also known as the dwarf leopard, is a wild cat distributed extensively over South America including the islands of Trinidad and Margarita, Central America, and Mexico. It has been reported as far north as Texas. North of Mexico, it is found regularly only in the extreme southern part of Texas, although there are rare sightings in southern Arizona. Also, it is pretty god-damn cool. Should not be confused with OCELOT, since Leopardus pardalis is not capable of imaging in EM-mode with a readout speed of 10MHz if mounted on a telescope, so don't even try.

The awesomeness of the ocelot can easily be observed.
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