Leopardus Wild Cat Genus Tauheed Ahmad August 1, 2014 Animals, Photography 2607 The ocelot ranges from 68 to 100 centimeters (27 to 39 in) in length, plus 26 to 45 centimeters (10-18 in) in tail length, and classically weighs 8 to 18 kilograms (18-40 lb), though much bigger individuals have occasionally been recorded, making it the largest of the normally dainty Leopardus wild cat genus. It has sleek, smooth fur, rounded ears and relatively large front paws. Although alike in appearance to the oncilla and margay, which inhabit the similar region, the ocelot is larger. Related PostsThe Most Beautiful Fox in the WorldThe inseparable tiger and lion cubs snuggling up to bunniesMagnificent Captures of Bears Family in Snowy Surroundings. The Arctic Hare is Adapted Largely to Polar and Mountainous Habitats.A Cute Miniature Horse Give Therapeutic Benefits for People When They’re Really in Need of ThemThe Pudu, Smallest Deer in the WorldThe Smiling GeckoBeautiful Sea Creature “Nudibranch” Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.