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#30 - Picture 10/31/2014 on Trick +1
#19 - Oh boi! the difference is the enormous! Still l…  [+] (4 replies) 08/21/2013 on you'll never be as cool as... +2
#22 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
if you hand raise cheats from cubs, they become giant house cats. if you try it with a leopard, you get your face mauled as soon as they become adults. that is a fairly important difference.
#23 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
cheetahs
#41 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
you guys realise i corrected myself right?
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#21 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
It's not the pattern, it's the size and build of the animal, and the lines a cheetah has on its face. Once you realize that you'll spot a cheetah a mile off.

I mean yeah I can see how you mistake them but yeah.
#17 - Can't blame you i guess but i wish i could  [+] (10 replies) 08/21/2013 on you'll never be as cool as... -4
#18 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
But you can't, and it's hilarious.

Pic related, it's a Leopard and an Ocelote
#24 - emberstar (08/21/2013) [-]
Your picture is a lion and a cheetah, my picture is an ocelot.

Cheetahs have the "Tearstains" coming from their eyes to the sides of their muzzles. Their spots are solid, separated spots.
Leopards are larger and have a heavier build. Their spots surround a larger, lighter colored spot.
Ocelots are much smaller, have a wider muzzle and nose and their spots run together.
Lions are the largest of these four and males are noted for their manes. They are born with light spotting, which fades as they grow older.
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#109 - kyrozor (08/22/2013) [-]
Sarcasm OP
#28 - sanguinesolitude (08/21/2013) [-]
black panther master race
#61 - emberstar (08/21/2013) [-]
Actually there is no such thing as a "panther", it is just a generic term for any large cat. What you have pictured there is a jaguar.

"People might have also taught that black panthers are another species of large cats because it is different from the typical appearance of large cats, more particularly the jaguar. But actually these black "panthers" are still either leopards or jaguars. The only thing that actually differs is the coloration of the panthers. These other colors of panther species are called melanistic panthers. The discoloration of panthers from the typical spotted or striped fur is caused by melanism, the increased amount of dark pigmentation in the skin or hair of animals. At times, melanism may also occur not only to the skin or hair but also to eyes and to some birds’ feathers."
#19 - mcniller (08/21/2013) [-]
Oh boi! the difference is the enormous!

Still looks the same to me though..
#22 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
if you hand raise cheats from cubs, they become giant house cats. if you try it with a leopard, you get your face mauled as soon as they become adults. that is a fairly important difference.
#23 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
cheetahs
#41 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
you guys realise i corrected myself right?
User avatar
#21 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
It's not the pattern, it's the size and build of the animal, and the lines a cheetah has on its face. Once you realize that you'll spot a cheetah a mile off.

I mean yeah I can see how you mistake them but yeah.
#15 - You couldn't just be quiet you  [+] (12 replies) 08/21/2013 on you'll never be as cool as... -5
#16 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
I can't be quiet when someone is wrong on the internet and there's something I can do about it.
#17 - mcniller (08/21/2013) [-]
Can't blame you i guess but i wish i could
#18 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
But you can't, and it's hilarious.

Pic related, it's a Leopard and an Ocelote
#24 - emberstar (08/21/2013) [-]
Your picture is a lion and a cheetah, my picture is an ocelot.

Cheetahs have the "Tearstains" coming from their eyes to the sides of their muzzles. Their spots are solid, separated spots.
Leopards are larger and have a heavier build. Their spots surround a larger, lighter colored spot.
Ocelots are much smaller, have a wider muzzle and nose and their spots run together.
Lions are the largest of these four and males are noted for their manes. They are born with light spotting, which fades as they grow older.
User avatar
#109 - kyrozor (08/22/2013) [-]
Sarcasm OP
#28 - sanguinesolitude (08/21/2013) [-]
black panther master race
#61 - emberstar (08/21/2013) [-]
Actually there is no such thing as a "panther", it is just a generic term for any large cat. What you have pictured there is a jaguar.

"People might have also taught that black panthers are another species of large cats because it is different from the typical appearance of large cats, more particularly the jaguar. But actually these black "panthers" are still either leopards or jaguars. The only thing that actually differs is the coloration of the panthers. These other colors of panther species are called melanistic panthers. The discoloration of panthers from the typical spotted or striped fur is caused by melanism, the increased amount of dark pigmentation in the skin or hair of animals. At times, melanism may also occur not only to the skin or hair but also to eyes and to some birds’ feathers."
#19 - mcniller (08/21/2013) [-]
Oh boi! the difference is the enormous!

Still looks the same to me though..
#22 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
if you hand raise cheats from cubs, they become giant house cats. if you try it with a leopard, you get your face mauled as soon as they become adults. that is a fairly important difference.
#23 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
cheetahs
#41 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
you guys realise i corrected myself right?
User avatar
#21 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
It's not the pattern, it's the size and build of the animal, and the lines a cheetah has on its face. Once you realize that you'll spot a cheetah a mile off.

I mean yeah I can see how you mistake them but yeah.
#13 - That is the face of an defeated Leopard it could still k…  [+] (15 replies) 08/21/2013 on you'll never be as cool as... -24
#14 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
That's a Cheetah, Mate.
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#33 - flamingwombat (08/21/2013) [-]
Hmm. I'm trying my best to remember who the figure in your image is.

I'm just going to make a guess and say Shadow of the Colossus? I may be wrong because for some reason, I can remember a figure similar to that from other games.
#15 - mcniller (08/21/2013) [-]
You couldn't just be quiet you
#16 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
I can't be quiet when someone is wrong on the internet and there's something I can do about it.
#17 - mcniller (08/21/2013) [-]
Can't blame you i guess but i wish i could
#18 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
But you can't, and it's hilarious.

Pic related, it's a Leopard and an Ocelote
#24 - emberstar (08/21/2013) [-]
Your picture is a lion and a cheetah, my picture is an ocelot.

Cheetahs have the "Tearstains" coming from their eyes to the sides of their muzzles. Their spots are solid, separated spots.
Leopards are larger and have a heavier build. Their spots surround a larger, lighter colored spot.
Ocelots are much smaller, have a wider muzzle and nose and their spots run together.
Lions are the largest of these four and males are noted for their manes. They are born with light spotting, which fades as they grow older.
User avatar
#109 - kyrozor (08/22/2013) [-]
Sarcasm OP
#28 - sanguinesolitude (08/21/2013) [-]
black panther master race
#61 - emberstar (08/21/2013) [-]
Actually there is no such thing as a "panther", it is just a generic term for any large cat. What you have pictured there is a jaguar.

"People might have also taught that black panthers are another species of large cats because it is different from the typical appearance of large cats, more particularly the jaguar. But actually these black "panthers" are still either leopards or jaguars. The only thing that actually differs is the coloration of the panthers. These other colors of panther species are called melanistic panthers. The discoloration of panthers from the typical spotted or striped fur is caused by melanism, the increased amount of dark pigmentation in the skin or hair of animals. At times, melanism may also occur not only to the skin or hair but also to eyes and to some birds’ feathers."
#19 - mcniller (08/21/2013) [-]
Oh boi! the difference is the enormous!

Still looks the same to me though..
#22 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
if you hand raise cheats from cubs, they become giant house cats. if you try it with a leopard, you get your face mauled as soon as they become adults. that is a fairly important difference.
#23 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
cheetahs
#41 - restfullwicked (08/21/2013) [-]
you guys realise i corrected myself right?
User avatar
#21 - kyrozor (08/21/2013) [-]
It's not the pattern, it's the size and build of the animal, and the lines a cheetah has on its face. Once you realize that you'll spot a cheetah a mile off.

I mean yeah I can see how you mistake them but yeah.
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