The ocelot is a wild cat with a short coat covered in jaguar-like markings. The pattern on their coats is different in each specimen and works like fingerprints on people. They are of a medium size, being able to reach up to 50 centimeters from the ground to the shoulders. Its size is similar to that of a bobcat. They weigh between 7 to 15 kilos and the males are larger than the females.
By the size mentioned I believe that this is not a Raven - Ravens are much bigger, 55-60 cm in length; and I would say much more massive birds. Moreover, the shape of the bill and its proportion against the head tell me the same - this is more likely a Carrion Crow. Raven's bill would again be more massive.
Thanks Sahana! The cropped ones are good enough.
Even though it looks like the white-tipped, as you can see, its cilia at apex of forewing is not tipped white. And while white-tipped is tailless, this one is tailed from what I can see. Even though I'm not 100% sure, I would go for Common Lineblue, the next best match.