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Ocelot

Leopardus pardalis

Ocelots are part of the ‘small cat’ family. They have large eyes that are adapted for seeing in the dark.

measurements

Measurements

Size: Head-Body Length - 50 - 100cm, Tail length – 30 - 45cm
Weight: 11.5 - 16kg

habitat

Habitat

Ocelots inhabit South and Central America and can be found in a variety of habitats, including semi-desert and rainforests.

diet

Diet

Ocelots are usually nocturnal (active at night). They are excellent climbers, which helps them to find their prey, including small birds, rodents and reptiles.

behaviour

Breeding

After a pregnancy of around 11 weeks, a litter of 1 to 4 cubs are born in a safe shelter. At 2 to 3 years old the young leave to find their own territory.

threat

Conservation

Ocelots are not currently classed as endangered, although their populations are decreasing mainly due to habitat loss and hunting for their coats.

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