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ocelot a wild cat with yellow or brown fur and black spots or stripes. Ocelots look like leopards but are smaller. They live in South and Central America, sometimes as far north as Texas. They are carnivorous mammals that eat birds, snakes, and small mammals.
olive a small green or black fruit with a pit. Olives are eaten raw or used to make olive oil. [1/4 definitions]
opal a mineral that is white, black, blue, or yellow. Opals are used as gems.
oriole a songbird that can be found in many parts of the world. Males have black and bright yellow or orange feathers. There are two main groups of birds that are considered orioles. There are several different kinds of orioles in each group.
panda a large black-and-white mammal that is related to bears. They live in the mountains of western China and eat only bamboo plants. They are also called giant pandas. [1/2 definitions]
panther a leopard, especially a black one with no spots that show. Leopards live in Africa and Asia. They are carnivorous mammals and are closely related to lions, tigers, and other large cats that roar. [1/2 definitions]
pitch2 a thick, black, sticky material made from coal or wood tar. Pitch is used for paving roads and covering roofs to protect them from water.
puffin a northern sea bird with black and white feathers and a large, flat, colorful bill.
raccoon a small mammal with brown and gray fur, a long tail with black rings, and a pointed face with black markings that look like a mask. Raccoons eat plants and small animals such as insects and frogs. In towns and cities, they eat garbage. Several kinds of raccoons live in North and South America and on Caribbean islands.
raven1 a large, shiny, black bird that looks like a crow. It makes a sound like a loud, sharp croak. [2 definitions]
Romania a European country between Hungary and the Black Sea. The capital of Romania is Bucharest.
rust a plant disease that causes reddish brown or black spots on leaves and stems. It is caused by a fungus. [1/3 definitions]
sable a grayish brown or black color. [2/4 definitions]
skunk a small mammal with black and white fur and a bushy tail. Skunks defend themselves with a spray that smells very bad. They are active at night, when they hunt rodents, insects, and eggs. Several kinds of skunks live in North and South America. They are related to badgers, otters, and other kinds of weasels. [1/2 definitions]
smoke the visible black, gray, or white gases given off into the air by something that is burning. [1/6 definitions]
soot a fine, black powder made during burning. Soot collects in chimneys or is carried into the air in smoke.
spade2 a black figure shaped like a pointed leaf with a short stem, used on playing cards. [1/3 definitions]
spiritual a religious song of a kind that began among Black people in the southern United States. [1/5 definitions]
squirrel a small rodent that is active during the day. There are many kinds of squirrels found all around the world. The word "squirrel" is often used to refer to tree squirrels, small rodents with long, bushy tails. Tree squirrels have gray, red brown, or black fur.
Tasmanian devil a mammal with black fur and a tail like a cat's tail. Tasmanian devils live in burrows. They are fierce hunters and will eat almost anything. Tasmanian devils are marsupials that live in Australia.
teal the color that comes from mixing green, blue, and a small amount of black paint. [1/2 definitions]