Leopards and Panthers

Leopards (also sometimes referred to as 'panthers' along with jaguars and mountain lions) can currently be found in sub-Saharan Africa, Indochina, Sri Lanka, China, Malaysia, Indonesia and parts of the Indian subcontinent, with largest population being found in sub-Saharan Africa. These solitary felines are the smallest members of the big cat family.

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When do black panthers sleep?

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Black panthers are the melanistic color variant of the jaguar (Panthera onca) in the Americas, and the leopard (Panthera pardus) in Africa and Asia. The jaguar is crepuscular, meaning that they are active during the twilight hours of dusk and dawn, basically sleeping in 'split shifts'. Leopards are primarily nocturnal, meaning that they sleep during the daytime hours, but activity patterns may vary by season.
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How are the leopard and tiger related?

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Both are members of the Panthera group, cats that roar. Also they are both part of the big cat family
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Why do baboons kill leopards?

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To cut down on competition for resources and to prevent future predation. A baboon would be hard pressed to kill a leopard. Leopards often prey on baboons, and a baboon, in spite of its long canines, and fierce temperament, would have little chance against the leopard.
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Can you use sterile saline for animals on humans?

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Technically yes, although you won't find a human physician ordering veterinary supplies for use on his own patients - the risk of liability in human medicine for doing this is too high. However, if you are looking at a first aid kit at home, a veterinary sterile saline solution will do fine for a human.
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Why do girls travel in packs?

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The same reason anyone travels in groups. Without the pack or group support, individuals are vulnerable to every dangerous aspect of life whereas there is perceived safety in numbers.
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How are leopards and jaguars alike?

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Panthera pardus live in sub-Saharan and Northeast Africa, Central Asia, India, and China. There are 9 subspecies world wide. However, many of these populations are endangered, especially outside of Africa. Leopards are the 5th largest cat in the world. Leopards are graceful and commanding big cats. They are most comfortable in trees where it often hauls its kills into the branches. By dragging the bodies of large animals aloft it hopes to keep them safe from scavengers such as hyenas. Panthera Onca lives in the Mexico, Central and South America. Jaguars are the 3rd largest cat in the world and largest cat in the New World. They are muscular, shorter in length and extremely powerful. Unlike many other big cats, apart from man, the jaguar has no rivals - no other predator can compete with this powerful cat. The Jaguar has particularly powerful jaws and often kills its prey by piercing the skull with one swift bite. In appearance the Jaguar and the Leopard are similar although identification would not be an issue as the cats inhabit different continents. Each cat has brownish/yellow base fur color with distinctive dark markings. The Jaguar can be distinguished by the presence of small dots or irregular shapes within larger rosette markings. Leopards tends to have mostly spots. Both cats are carriers of Melanism allele. This is a genetic mutation in which both Leopards and Jaguars produces Melanistic or black offspring. The black cats are often labeled 'Black Panthers.' For the record, there is no one distinct species of wild cat called a Black Panther. Both Leopards and Jaguars are good swimmers and at home in the water. Except for breeding, both cats are solitary animals.
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Do leopards stay in the same place?

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Yes and No. Leopards usually stay in the same place unless their is a need to move such as predators which is very few for them, or habitat is dying or other problem's. :)
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How do you add enemies on Call of Duty Black Ops?

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First, you need Xbox Live so that you can update Black Ops regular. If you do this it shall allow you to add enemies to offline multiplayer through game options.
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Do humans count as large animals?

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Humans are mammal therefore we are considered animals.
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Are there any black panthers in NC?

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Not unless in a zoo. The only wild cat found there now is the bobcat, which is never black. The puma was found there in the past, but they are never black either. Really?? Don't imagine you live there, do you?? There certainly are black panthers in NC. Most specifically, in Western NC. I have had them scratching at a garage door, leaving a lot of damage. We hear them screaming at night. A friend of mine lives way up in the mountains, away from "civilization" and they see them often and hear them all the time. Live in la la land if you wish but if you ever join the real world and are in NC look out for panthers. They DO exist and they exist in our backyards .... not just zoos!
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What zoos have black panthers in us?

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I know the Memphis zoo had one last time I went a few years back..it paced back and forth over and over
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How many offspring do black panthers have?

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black panthers usually have two or three baby cubs and female panthers don't get pregnant more than twice
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Do lions and leopards compete for food?

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Yes, so much lions will kill pretty much any animal that shares the same food source if given the chance or isn't out numbered. survival of the most powerful which they are out of the African carnivores exept for crocodiles which however don't really prey on lions if theres plenty hoofed prey about.
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Could a leopard eat a cheetah?

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Physically it could, but It wouldnt unless it had no other choice.
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Where do Leopards live?

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Leopards are mainly found in sub-Saharan Africa. There are also small populations in Pakistan, India, Indochina, Malaysia and China. They used to be found across Asia and Africa, but they have since become extinct in many countries. They are thought to be extinct in Northern Africa. In the wild, leopards live in grasslands, woodlands and in forests beside rivers the Leopard Panthera pardus It is now chiefly found in sub-Saharan Africa; there are also fragmented populations in the Indian subcontinent, Sri Lanka, Indochina, Malaysia, Indonesia, and China. The nine subspecies of Panthera recognized by IUCN (P. p. = Panthera pardus) African leopard (P. p. pardus), (Linnaeus, 1758) - inhabits sub-Saharan Africa; Indian leopard (P. p. fusca), (Meyer, 1794) - inhabits the Indian Subcontinent; Javan leopard (P. p. melas), (Cuvier, 1809) - inhabits Java, Indonesia. Arabian leopard (P. p. nimr), (Hemprich and Ehrenberg, 1833) - inhabits the Arabian Peninsula; Amur leopard (P. p. orientalis), (Schlegel, 1857) - inhabits the Russian Far East, Korean Peninsula and Northeast China; North Chinese leopard (P. p. japonensis), (Gray, 1862) - inhabits northern China; Caucasian leopard (P. p. ciscaucasica), (Satunin, 1914), later described as Persian leopard (P. p. saxicolor), (Pocock, 1927) - inhabits central Asia: the Caucasus, Turkmenistan and northern Iran;[29] Indochinese leopard (P. p. delacouri), (Pocock, 1930) - inhabits mainland Southeast Asia; Sri Lankan leopard (P. p. kotiya), (Deraniyagala, 1956) - inhabits Sri Lanka. there is also the Sunda Clouded Leopard Neofelis diardi which is only found on Borneo and the Clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa which is found in mainland Southeast Asia and into China addendum there are two subspecies of Neofelis nebulosa N. n. nebulosa (Griffith, 1821): lives in Southern China to eastern Myanmar; N. n. macrosceloides (Hodgson, 1853): lives in Nepal to Myanmar; N. n. brachyura is considered extinct. The last confirmed sighting was in 1989, when the skin from a small individual was found in the Taroko area of Taiwan Jungles, deserts, grassy plains, and many other places. a leopard can be found in Asian Africa its the most common places .....the leopards are wild if u are wild Leopards are native to Africa and Asia, in various subspecies. in the wild or desert well not all the wild like in Africa and stuff Leopards live in parts of Asia and Africa. Leopards are mainly found in sub-Saharan Africa. There are also small populations in Pakistan, India, Indochina, Malaysia and China. They used to be found across Asia and Africa, but they have since become extinct in many countries. They are thought to be extinct in Northern Africa. In the wild, leopards live in grasslands, woodlands and in forests beside rivers. in Asia Africa brazill and russia
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How many ribs do panthers have?

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13 pairs (26 if you count each rib)
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Can a panther kill an eagle?

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Yes, a mountain lion can easily kill an eagle if it caught one, but the eagle has the flying advantage.
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Frogs have ears on the side of their heads what can they hear underwater?

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Sounds, which are nothing more than vibrations, can actually be heard better and further underwater than in air. So I would think frog's ears would be useful both underwater and sitting on land, to detect noise/vibrations of predators and to detect mates.
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Why is the leopards colour important?

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because it helps them become camouflaged
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Is a panther stronger than a bull?

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No. A bull is heavier, larger, and has bigger, denser muscles than a panther. Some bulls may also have sharp horns that they can use to gore the panther to death.
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What threatens a leopard?

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Humans are the primary threat to leopards. Both environmental changes caused by our pollution as well as those who kill leopards such as hunters and trappers threaten leopards. And they are highly intelligant with hiding from other animals that try to kill them or shoot them for clothing, furniture food etc.