Top 10 similar words or synonyms for panthera_pardus

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for panthera_pardus

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European Ice Age leopard The leopard first appeares in the fossil record of Europe in the Late Pliocene or Early Pleistocene. These leopards, attributed to the subspecies "Panthera pardus begoueni", were replaced about 600,000 years Before Present by "Panthera pardus sickenbergi", which lived until the Middle Pleistocene in Europe. Around 300,000 years ago another subspecies, "Panthera pardus antiqua", replaced "Panthera pardus sickenbergi". At the beginning of the Late Pleistocene, this subspecies gave rise to the Late Pleistocene ice age leopard ("Panthera pardus spelaea"). Another Pleistocene form from Europe, "Panthera pardus vraonensis," is now regarded as a junior synonym of "Panthera pardus spelaea".
Javan leopard "Panthera pardus melas" is listed in the CITES Appendix I.
Leopard (disambiguation) The leopard ("Panthera pardus") is one of the five "big cats" in the genus "Panthera".
Bao Bolong Wetland Reserve Among the predators, the spotted hyena ("Crocuta crocuta") is common. Also leopards ("Panthera pardus") are attributed to the BBWR.
Indian leopard Indian leopard ("Panthera pardus fusca") is a leopard subspecies widely distributed on the Indian subcontinent. The species "Panthera pardus" is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List because populations have declined following habitat loss and fragmentation, poaching for the illegal trade of skins and body parts, and persecution due to conflict situations.
Sri Lankan leopard The Sri Lankan leopard ("Panthera pardus kotiya") is a leopard subspecies native to Sri Lanka that was first described in 1956 by the Sri Lankan zoologist Deraniyagala.
Wildlife of the Central African Republic Carnivores reported are: spotted hyenas ("Crocuta crocuta"), Sudan cheetahs ("Acinonyx jubatus soemmeringii"), African leopards ("Panthera pardus pardus") and Chadian wild dogs ("Lycaon pictus sharicus").
Sinai leopard The Sinai leopard ("Panthera pardus jarvisi") is a leopard population that used to be considered a subspecies until 1996 from the Sinai peninsula.
Guinean montane forests Leopards "(Panthera pardus)" are the largest predator in the ecoregion. The ecoregion supports populations of the endangered Western chimpanzee ("Pan troglodytes verus").
Persian leopard The Persian leopard ("Panthera pardus ciscaucasica" syn. "Panthera pardus saxicolor"), also called the Caucasian leopard or Central Asian leopard, is the largest leopard subspecies native to the Caucasus region, southern Azerbaijan, southern Turkmenistan, Iran, northern Iraq and parts of western Afghanistan. It is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List; the population is estimated at fewer than 871–1,290 mature individuals and considered declining. Leopards possibly also occur in northern Iraq.