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London: Oxford University Press. The roaring sequence in leopards consists mainly of grunts and is also called "sawing", having been described as resembling the sound of sawing wood.
Cubs are known to call their mother with a urr-urr sound. The whitish spots on the back of its ears are thought to play a role in communication.
However, no significant association were found between a conspicuous colour of tail patches and behavioural variables in carnivores.
Leopards are active mainly from dusk till dawn and rest for most of the day and for some hours at night in thickets, among rocks or over tree branches.
Leopards can climb trees very skillfully, often rest on tree branches and descend from trees headfirst. Males occupy territories that often overlap with a few smaller female territories, probably as a strategy to enhance access to females.
In the Ivory Coast , the home range of a female was completely enclosed within a male's. There may be a few other fluctuating territories, belonging to young individuals.
It is not clear if male territories overlap as much as those of females do. Individuals try to drive away intruders of the same sex.
A study of leopards in the Namibian farmlands showed that the size of territories was not significantly affected by sex, rainfall patterns or season; it concluded that the higher the prey availability in an area, the greater the population density of leopards and the smaller the size of territories, but territories tend to expand if there is human interference which has been notably high in the study area.
The leopard depends mainly on its acute senses of hearing and vision for hunting. In the Serengeti, leopards have been observed to ambush prey by jumping down on it from trees.
Prey species in this weight range tend to occur in dense habitat and to form small herds. Species that prefer open areas and developed significant anti-predator strategies are less preferred.
More than prey species were recorded. The most significantly preferred species are ungulates ; impala , bushbuck , common duiker and chital.
Primate species preyed upon include those of the genera Cercocebus , Cercopithecus and Semnopithecus. In areas such as Sri Lanka , reserves in Central Asia and the Middle East and most of the montane and tropical rainforests of Africa, the leopard is the remaining top terrestrial predator present and often take varied prey of various sizes, including at times large ungulates weighing hundreds of kilograms, although they also takes smaller prey such as monkeys where ungulates are scarce.
Average daily consumption rates of 3. It kills small prey with a bite on the back of the neck, but holds larger animals by the throat and strangles them.
The way the kill is stored depends on local topography and individual preferences; while trees are preferred in Kruger National Park, bushes are preferred in the plain terrain of the Kalahari.
In parts of its global range, the leopard is sympatric with other large predators such as tiger , lion , cheetah , spotted hyena , striped hyena , brown hyena , African wild dog , dhole and up to five bear species.
Some of these species steal its kills, kill its cubs and even kill adult leopards. Leopards retreat up a tree in the face of direct aggression, and were observed when killing or preying on smaller competitors such as black-backed jackal , African civet , caracal , and African wildcat.
In Sri Lanka , a few recorded vicious fights between leopards and sloth bears apparently result in both animals winding up either dead or grievously injured.
While interspecies killing of full-grown leopards is generally rare, given the opportunity, both tiger and lion readily kill and consume both young and adult leopards.
Single brown hyenas have been observed charging at and displacing male leopards from kills. Resource partitioning occurs where leopards share their range with tigers.
There were also differences in the microhabitat preferences of the individual tiger and leopard followed over five months; the tiger used roads and forested areas more frequently, while the leopard used recently burned areas and open areas more frequently.
When a tiger killed baits at sites formerly frequented by leopards, the leopards did not hunt there for some time.
With relatively abundant prey and differences in the size of prey selected, tigers and leopards seem to successfully coexist without competitive exclusion or interspecies dominance hierarchies that may be more common to the leopard's co-existence with the lion in savanna habitats.
They were common near villages at the periphery of the park and outside the park. Nile crocodiles prey on leopards occasionally. One large adult leopard was grabbed and consumed by a large crocodile while attempting to hunt along a bank in Kruger National Park.
In Serengeti National Park , troops of 30—40 olive baboons were observed while mobbing and attacking a female leopard and her cubs.
Depending on the region, leopards may mate all year round. In Manchuria and Siberia, they mate during January and February.
Females give birth in a cave, crevice among boulders, hollow tree, or thicket to make a den. Cubs are born with closed eyes, which open four to nine days after birth.
Their pelage is also more gray in colour with less defined spots. Around three months of age, the young begin to follow the mother on hunts.
The average typical life span of a leopard is between 12 and 17 years. She died August 8, at the age of 24 years, 2 months and 13 days.
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The leopard is primarily threatened by habitat fragmentation and conversion of forest to agriculturally used land, which lead to a declining natural prey base, human—wildlife conflict with livestock herders and high leopard mortality rates.
It is also threatened by trophy hunting and poaching. Between and , at least four leopards were estimated to have been poached per week in India for the illegal wildlife trade of its skins and bones.
Vendors admitted to have imported skins from sub-Saharan Africa. Surveys in the Central African Republic's Chinko area revealed that the leopard population decreased from 97 individuals in to 50 individuals in In this period, transhumant pastoralists from the border area with Sudan moved in the area with their livestock.
Rangers confiscated large amounts of poison in the camps of livestock herders who were accompanied by armed merchants. They engaged in poaching large herbivores, sale of bushmeat and trading leopard skins in Am Dafok.
Leopards have been known to humans throughout history, and have featured in the art, mythology, and folklore of many countries where they have historically occurred.
In Greek mythology , the leopard was a symbol of the god Dionysus ; who was depicted wearing leopard skin and using leopards as means of transportation.
In one myth, the god was captured by pirates but two leopards appear and rescue him. The Ancient Romans kept leopards in captivity to be slaughtered in hunts as well as be used in executions of criminals.
Leopards were also kept and paraded as mascots, totems and sacrifices to deities. The lion passant guardant or leopard is a frequently used charge in heraldry , most commonly appearing in groups of three.
These traditional lions passant guardant appear in the coat of arms of Dalmatia and the coat of arms of England and many of its former colonies; more modern naturalistic leopard-like depictions appear on the coat of arms of several African nations including Benin , Malawi , Somalia , the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Gabon , the last of which uses a black panther.
Leopard captivity in historical times has also been recorded — several leopards were kept in a menagerie established by King John at the Tower of London in the 13th century; around , three of these animals were given to Henry III by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II.
In protected areas of several countries, wildlife touring programs and safari ventures offer sightings of leopards in their natural habitat.
While luxury establishments may boast the fact that wild animals can be seen at close range on a daily basis, the leopard's camouflage and propensity to hide and stalk prey typically make leopard sightings rare.
In South Africa, safaris are offered in numerous nature reserves such as in Sabi Sand Game Reserve. In Sri Lanka, wildlife tours are available in Yala and Wilpattu National Parks.
In India, safaris are offered in Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand national parks as well as in the Pali district of western Rajasthan.
Most leopards avoid people, but humans may occasionally be targeted as prey. Most healthy leopards prefer wild prey to humans, but injured, sickly, or struggling cats or those with a shortage of regular prey may resort to hunting humans and become habituated to it.
Although usually slightly smaller than a human, an adult leopard is much more powerful and easily capable of killing one. Two extreme cases occurred in India: the first leopard, "the Leopard of Rudraprayag ", killed more than people; the second, "the Panar Leopard ", was believed to have killed more than Both were killed by the renowned hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett.
Although examples of such animals are comparatively rare, when they do occur they depict the panther [leopard] as an engine of destruction quite equal to his far larger cousin, the tiger.
Because of his smaller size he can conceal himself in places impossible to a tiger, his need for water is far less, and in veritable demoniac cunning and daring, coupled with the uncanny sense of self-preservation and stealthy disappearance when danger threatens, he has no equal.
There is something very terrifying in the angry grunt of a charging leopard, and I have seen a line of elephants that were staunch to a tiger, turn and stampede from a charging leopard.
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A large cat native to Africa and Eurasia. Temporal range: Early Pleistocene to recent . Conservation status.
Linnaeus , Main articles: Panthera hybrid and Pumapard. A female leopard and her cub in a tree in the Serengeti savanna.
Leopards on the Magerius Mosaic from modern Tunisia. Numerous Roman mosaics from North African sites depict fauna now found only in tropical Africa.
Leopard visual communication. Play media. Stages of a leopard hunting prey. Killing a young bushbuck. Main article: Leopard attack.
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A Latin Dictionary. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Fanny Targioni-Tozzetti Valerio Binasco Pietro Giordani Paolo Graziosi Carlo Antici Iaia Forte Signora Rosa Sandro Lombardi Don Vincenzo Raffaella Giordano Adelaide Antici Leopardi Edoardo Natoli Carlo Leopardi Federica De Cola Paolina Ranieri Isabella Ragonese Paolina Leopardi Giovanni Ludeno Pasquale Ignarra Giorgia Salari Maddalena Pelzet Gloria Ghergo Edit Storyline Based upon the short but fruitful life of illness-racked Italian poet and philosopher Giacomo Leopardi.
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Eläinten lukumäärä on tippunut yli 30 prosenttia luvun alun jälkeen. Leopardeja elää hyvin vaihtelevissa elinympäristöissä ja se on puuman ohella kissaeläimistä mukautuvin elinpiirinsä suhteen.
Leopardeja elää puoliaavikoilla, sademetsissä, vuoristoissa, pensastoissa, savanneilla, ruohoaroilla ja Itä-Siperian lumisissa metsissä.
Parasta elinaluetta on melko runsaspuustoinen alue, jossa on paljon piiloutumismahdollisuuksia, mutta sitä voi tavata myös täysin avoimilla savanneilla.
Leopardi ei karta asutustakaan ja ne ovat sopeutuneet elämään myös kaupungeissa. Kaupunkilaisleopardeja elää muun muassa Nairobissa , jossa ne etsivät ruokaa roskasäiliöistä ja ryöstävät kanaloita ja syövät kulkukoiria .
Leopardit lisääntyvät trooppisilla alueilla ympäri vuoden, mutta alueilla, joilla vuodenaikojen vaihtelu on suurempaa, lisääntyminen on kausittaista ja parittelukausi ajoittuu seudun kevättä edeltäviin kuukausiin.
Tällöin se laskee maahan erityistä uroksia houkuttelevaa virtsaa ja houkuttelee niitä myös äänen avulla. Naaras sallii vain yhden koiraan paritella. Voittaja pysyy naaraan luona koko kiimakauden ajan ja parittelee sen kanssa useita kertoja, yleensä yöllä.
Niiden väli on noin 20 minuuttia ja pari pysyy yhdessä korkeintaan viisi päivää. Leopardipari on hyvin leikkisä.
Tämän jälkeen uroksen ja naaraan tiet erkanevat. Naaras synnyttää suojaiseen paikkaan, kuten onttoon puunrunkoon tai pieneen kiviluolaan 3—3,5 kuukauden kantoajan jälkeen.
Pennut painavat syntyessään — grammaa eivätkä niiden silmät ole auenneet. Lisäksi niiden turkki on pidempi ja takkuisempi .
Niiden silmät avautuvat kun ne ovat 4—9 päivän ikäisiä. Silmät ovat tuolloin harmaita. Ne voivat joutua leijonan, täplähyeenan , sakaalin , kotkan tai muun petoeläimen saaliiksi etenkin emon ollessa poissa.
Toisinaan uroksetkin tappavat pentuja. Pentukuolleisuus on suuri ja yleensä pentuja on muutaman päivän päästä enää 1—2 . Emo pitää pentunsa puhtaana, imettää niitä ja pitää lämpimänä.
Se vaihtaa pesäpaikkaa viiden päivän välein, mikä estää loisten liiallisen lisääntymisen ja vähentää riskiä, että jokin peto löytäisi pennut.
Tämän vuoksi se ei tuo saalistaan pesälle eikä myöskään pennun ollessa avuttomimmillaan viesti reviirinsä rajoista ääntelyn avulla.
Pennut ovat kuitenkin vielä puolivuotiaina suuressa vaarassa joutua suurimpien petojen kuten leijonien, tiikerien ja hyeenojen saaliiksi, joita vastaan emo on haluton taistelemaan.
Reilun puolen vuoden ikäisinä ne saavat maitohampaiden tilalle pysyvät hampaat . Emo imettää pentujaan kolmen kuukauden ajan. Sen jälkeen ne alkavat syödä emon tuomaa saalista ja opetella itsekin saalistustaitoja.
Kun pennut ovat 4—5 kuukauden ikäisiä, ne alkavat jatkuvasti seurata emoa sen saalistusretkille. Here, Leopardi no longer denies the possibility of civic progress: he seeks to construct an idea of progress founded precisely on his pessimism.
Il tramonto della Luna "The Waning of the Moon" , the last canto, was composed by Leopardi in Naples shortly before his death.
The moon wanes, leaving nature in total darkness, just as youth passes away leaving life dark and derelict. The poet seems to presage the imminence of his own death.
In , Ranieri published the definitive edition of the Canti according to the will of the author. In the Palinodia al marchese Gino Capponi " Palinody to Marquis Gino Capponi " , Leopardi fakes a retraction "Palinodia" of his pessimism.
The work, written in , was intended to be satirical he first believes that man is unhappy and miserable, but now progress has made him reconsider his position , but the thought of the inevitable destruction to which nature condemns everything leads him to express bitter conclusions in spite of himself.
Regarding this work, the Marquis Capponi wrote in a letter to Leopardi that he shared, at least in part, many of his ideas and thanked him for the "noble verses".
However, in a letter addressed to Viesseux, he expressed himself in rather different terms: "Now it behoves that I write [back] to that damned hunchback who has put it into his head to mock me.
The satiric tone adopted by Leopardi through much of the Operette morali is also evinced in some of his late poetic texts, such as the Palinodia and I nuovi credenti.
But the clearest demonstration of his mastery of this art form is probably the Paralipomeni della Batracomiomachia , a brief comic-heroic poem of eight stanzas of eight lines each.
Leopardi wrote it between and , beginning it during his last stay in Florence and finishing it in Naples. The publication took place, posthumously, in Paris in , provoking a universal reaction of outrage and condemnation, as much for the cutting and anti-heroic representation of the events of the Risorgimento as for the numerous materialistic philosophical digressions.
Batracomiomachia was also the title of a pseudo-Homeric poem which was actually written in the 4th or 5th century BC and translated by Leopardi between and The title therefore alludes to an integration of the original work, which is taken up again where it left off and the narrative progresses.
The subject is a fable regarding the conflict between the mice that inhabit the nation of Topaia and the invading crabs.
But behind the plot, there is hidden a robust sarcastic and polemical motivation. The animals and their doings have an allegorical value. In the crabs, portrayed unsympathetically and with monstrous characteristics, are to be recognized the Austrians; in the mice, sometimes generous but mostly ingenuous and cowardly, the liberal Italians.
The poem represents the historical events that took place between and the climate of the Restoration desired by the Holy Alliance and the fruitless attempts at insurrection of — Even the revolutionary movements of are included by Leopardi, who was able to follow them by way of the moderate Tuscan circles which he frequented and who perhaps provided him with the inspiration for the work.
The adoption of the poetic genre required the abandonment of the lyric style and the adoption of a narrative pace marked by a constant critical-satirical tension toward the ideological and philosophical beliefs of contemporary culture: Christian spiritualism, faith in progress, and anthropocentrism.
Even the slogans of the political struggle of the liberals are derided, both in their expression of expectation of foreign intervention and in their faith in the model of a constitutional monarchy.
Of the Italian Risorgimento, he delineates the fundamental limits here with an extraordinary tempestivity: the tendency to compromise with ancient interests and constituted powers, the vanity, the opportunism, the ideological ingenuousness, the lack of an opportune pragmatic awareness.
The style generally renounces the expressive concentration of the lyric texts and extends itself in a wide and relaxed discursive pace, with alterations between adventurous moments and ferociously caricatural and polemical points, of description and philosophical digressions.
In March , shortly before his death, Leopardi announced that he would gather into one volume some "thoughts" "pensieri" on man and society. Such a collection was supposed to be part of a French edition of the complete works of Leopardi.
A few months later on 14 June the poet died, leaving the work incomplete and the fragments were published by his friend Ranieri, who also provided the title.
The bulk of the contents of Pensieri are derived from the Zibaldone. The tone is sharply argumentative with respect to humanity, which Leopardi judges to be malevolent and it almost seems as if the poet wants to take his final revenge on the world.
The Zibaldone di pensieri see also Commonplace book Zibaldone is a collection of personal impressions, aphorisms, philosophical observations, philological analyses, literary criticism and various types of notes which was published posthumously in seven volumes in with the original title of Pensieri di varia filosofia e di bella letteratura Miscellaneous Thoughts on Philosophy and Literature.
It was only in , after the republication of the original text enriched with notes and indices by the literary critic Francesco Flora, that the work definitively took on the name by which it is known today.
In the Zibaldone , Leopardi compares the innocent and happy state of nature with the condition of modern man, corrupted by an excessively developed faculty of reason which, rejecting the necessary illusions of myth and religion in favor of a dark reality of annihilation and emptiness, can only generate unhappiness.
The Zibaldone contains the poetic and existential itinerary of Leopardi himself; it is a miscellanea of philosophical annotations, schemes, entire compositions, moral reflections, judgements, small idylls, erudite discussions and impressions.
Leopardi, even while remaining outside of the circles of philosophical debate of his century, was able to elaborate an extremely innovative and provocative vision of the world.
It is not much of a stretch to define Leopardi as the father of what would eventually come to be called nihilism.
Schopenhauer , in mentioning the great minds of all ages who opposed optimism and expressed their knowledge of the world's misery, wrote:.
But no one has treated this subject so thoroughly and exhaustively as Leopardi in our own day. He is entirely imbued and penetrated with it; everywhere his theme is the mockery and wretchedness of this existence.
He presents it on every page of his works, yet in such a multiplicity of forms and applications, with such a wealth of imagery, that he never wearies us, but, on the contrary, has a diverting and stimulating effect.
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