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62 Of The Most Mesmerizing Animal Photos - Ever!

Animals in History | September 18, 2018

Baby ocelot staring down the camera, they have excellent eyesight (adapted to night vision) and sense of hearing, which are used to detect their prey

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Okay baby ocelot, you are freaking me out. Will you quit staring at me? You are starting to remind me of Jack Nicholson in the movie, The Shining. Does all work and no play make ocelot a very dull boy? 

Ocelots can be found on their home turf in southwestern United States, Mexico, Central and South America.

The painter, Salvador Dalí, had a pet ocelot named Babou - that he would frequently travel with and even brought aboard the luxury ocean liner SS France.

800,000 to 1.5 million ocelots are said to be found worldwide, while only 50 ocelots remain in the U.S.

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Harmon Leon is an award-winning journalist, filmmaker, comedian and the author of the book Meet the Deplorables... - and you can find his other work in Vice, The Observer, The Nation, Esquire and Wired.