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medical illustration of Digital portrait of a Serengeti leopard (Panthera pardus). 

Of all the big cats, the leopard is the most elusive and  intelligent, ranging from forests  to savannas to deserts. Melanistic forms are called 'black panthers'. This spotted feline is most closely related to the lion, although it is erroneously called 'tiger' in some cultures.
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Digital portrait of a Serengeti leopard (Panthera pardus). Of all the big cats, the leopard is the most elusive and intelligent, ranging from forests to savannas to deserts. Melanistic forms are called 'black panthers'. This spotted feline is most closely related to the lion, although it is erroneously called 'tiger' in some cultures.

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