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Leopardus pardalis (Ocelot) is a species of mammals in the family cats. They are listed in cites appendix i. They are native to The Neotropics. They are solitary, nocturnal carnivores. Individuals are known to live for 243.6 months and can grow to 744.33 mm. They have parental care (female provides care). They rely on running and arboreal (locomotion) to move around.

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  • Definition: Appendix I lists species that are the most endangered among CITES-listed animals and plants. They are threatened with extinction and CITES prohibits international trade in specimens of these species except when the purpose of the import is not commercial, for instance for scientific research. In these exceptional cases, trade may take place provided it is authorized by the granting of both an import permit and an export permit (or re-export certificate). Article VII of the Convention provides for a number of exemptions to this general prohibition.
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Known occurrences, collected specimens and observations of Ocelot. View this species on GBIF