What color is an ocelot?
Asked by anantharaman, 06 Nov '11 03:27 pm
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The color of the ocelot ranges from yellow to light gray.Answered by Prasoon Sinha, 06 Nov '11 03:29 pm
The ocelot is a small nocturnal cat found in North and South America. The pattern and color of its coat allow it to blend in with its scrubland and forest habitats. The ocelot is classified as a small cat, belonging to the genus Felis, but it is one of the larges cats in this genus. Like other small cats, it has a bare nose and long, sensitive whiskers; but unlike a domestic cat, it will run swiftly from danger rather than bolt up a tree.
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The fur color of the ocelot ranges from yellow to light grayAnswered by saranathan Narasimhan, 06 Nov '11 05:58 pm
The coat pattern of ocelots can vary, being anything from cream to reddish-brown in color, or sometimes grayish, and marked with black rosettes. In many individuals, some of the spots, especially on the back, blend together to form irregular curved stripes or bands. The fur is short, and paler than the rest of the coat beneath. There are also single white spots, called ocelli, on the backs of the ears. Two black stripes line both sides of the face, and the long tail is banded by black.Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 06 Nov '11 03:30 pm
Yellow to light grey.Answered by Dharmarajan, 06 Nov '11 03:29 pm
Coat pattern of ocelots can vary, being anything from cream to reddish-brown in color, or sometimes grayish, and marked with black rosettes.Answered by Anurag Sharma, 06 Nov '11 03:29 pm