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The hounds, who well knew where the ocelot had gone to, were chasing it from tree to tree; but still it continued to elude them.
Now and then a wolf would approach, or a puma, or ocelot; but a shout would send them to the rightabout.
I soon reloaded and hurried after Trusty, who was barking round a small oak in which the ocelot had sought shelter.
The ocelot is found only in forest districts, and is an excellent climber, spending most of its life in the trees.
The animal called the margay is really a kind of small ocelot, and it is sometimes known as the tiger-cat.
In length the Ocelot rather exceeds four feet, of which the tail occupies a considerable portion.
The name 'Ocelot' was ultimately selected, and worked out superbly—through sheer good fortune alone.
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He was groping for this when the ocelot, that had for a minute or two stood perfectly motionless, made a forward movement.
The mother ocelot landed on four feet on the cave floor with a terrific growl.
It held like iron, but his feet were dangling, and as he swayed there the big ocelot brushed by them on the hunt for the intruder.

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