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The leopard (Panthera pardus) is a big cat now chiefly found in sub-Saharan Africa.
Leopard can also refer to:
- Amur leopard (pardus orientalis), related species of Northeast Asia
- Snow leopard or ounce (Uncia uncia), related species of Central Asia
- Clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa), related species of South/Southeast Asia
- Leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis), wildcat species of Southeast Asia
- Leopard (pattern), the spotting pattern characteristic of Leopards
- Leopard complex, the genetic alllele responsible for leopard-spotting in horses
- Leopardus, another genus of small cats
- Light Tank VK 1602 "Leopard", a German light tank design during World War II that did not see production.
- Leopard 1, a German main battle tank (1965-)
- Leopard 2, a modern German main battle tank (1979-), used by the armed forces of Germany and several other countries
- Leopard 2E, a modern Spanish tank.
- Leopard (rocket), a British rocket
- HMS Leopard, name of several Royal Navy ships
- French destroyer Léopard, warship of World War II
- South Devon Railway Leopard class, a South Devon Railway 4-4-0ST steam locomotive, and the class of similar locomotives
- Leopard 6 Litre Roadster, luxury car designed by Polish designer for Sweden-based company
- Nissan Leopard, Japanese luxury sports car
- Leyland Leopard bus
- DR-DOS, code-name "Leopard" of Digital Research's DR DOS 5.0
- Mac OS X Leopard, the sixth major release of Apple's Mac OS X operating system.
- LEOPARD syndrome, rare autosomal dominant multisystem disease, associated with high numbers of surface skin lesions
- Leopard (heraldry), a heraldic beast
- Half Florin or Leopard, English coin of Edward III
- Leopard, a locally monthly magazine based in Aberdeen, Scotland
- SS Leopard, Steamship used as a blockade runner during the American Civil War.
- HMS Leopard, any of several ships of the Royal Navy
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