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‘Pardus Pellis’ 

In the heart of the jungle where shadows intertwine,
A creature moves softly with a grace so divine.
Spots of dark beauty on golden light gleam,
A leopard in motion like a whisper, a dream.

With eyes that are ember aglow in the night,
It prowls through the silence, a phantom in flight.
Its coat tells a story of wilderness vast,
Of moonlit savannas and echoes of past.

Each rosette a secret a whisper of lore,
Of hunts in the twilight, of strength at its core.
It slinks through the foliage, a ghost in the mist,
With power and elegance that none can resist.

The leopard skin shimmers both fierce and serene,
A symbol of wildness untamed and unseen.
In patterns of nature, in wild harmony,
Lies the spirit of freedom forever set free.

So let it roam endless through forest and glen,
A testament to beauty beyond reach of men.
For in every spot a universe dwells,
A dance of the wild where mystery swells.

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