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A female leopard.
- ‘The leopardess came to stand beside Angela.’
- ‘Before she could say anything else, the leopardess turned back to the creature she had killed; she pulled a short knife from her belt and began to skin the animal.’
- ‘An unidentified poacher opened fire on the leopardess with the bullet hitting her in the back, WWF representatives said in a statement.’
- ‘She smiled at the wolf and leopardess, who didn't quite share her excitement.’
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