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By IamDora
This ocelot had a decent size area compared to some captive animals. But for an animal that is use to ranging for kilometres, it was a small, small world. Fortunately for him, his injuries were such that he might have been release; I have no idea if that happened or not. But animals live in the moment and when I photographed this, the future didn't matter to him. He was yearning for his freedom.

Tags: Freedom Wildlife and nature

Voters: Daisymaye, Karuma1970, Badgerfred and 24 more

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gconant Plus
9 31 1 United States
23 Nov 2020 11:38PM
This one looks like a jaguar Dora ??
A very nice image safely behind some fencing.

23 Nov 2020 11:51PM
And a very intense look from that jaguar.

And, Dora, what did a peach ever do to you to lose your respect?

Daisymaye Plus
12 23 18 Canada
24 Nov 2020 12:03AM
Glad there's a fence there to keep him back. Or you just might be his dinner.
24 Nov 2020 12:16AM
Fine capture Dora,
dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1775 England
24 Nov 2020 7:17AM
Simpatico... Closer than mere focussing distance, Dora.
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.5k 2343 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2020 7:31AM
Love the positioning of the mesh / eyes.
24 Nov 2020 7:54AM
I want to break free!!
Have to agree with Moira's comment!

24 Nov 2020 7:56AM
He looks furious.
dales Plus
5 11 Australia
24 Nov 2020 8:39AM
Very well observed & documented Dora
Saastad Plus
1 16 15 Norway
24 Nov 2020 9:50AM
I think you should be happy about the fens Dora!
This animal don't have friendly look in the eyes.

Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2020 11:57AM
Wonderful animal... Beautiful and impressive image...
Isabel GrinGrinGrin
24 Nov 2020 10:02PM
He does not look happy..Lin

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