Panthera crassidens is a possible species of leopard, that is now extinct. It lived during the late Pliocene and early Pleistocene in Africa. It has been argued that the few fossil remains do not represent a genuine species, and instead belong to some other form of big cat.
- Turner, A (1984). "Panthera crassidens Broom, 1948. The cat that never was?". South African Journal of Science 80 (5): 227–233.
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