Jungle Cat

Jungle Cat

Physical description of Jungle Cats As one of the larger Felis species, the jungle cat can be up to 120 cm long and 40 cm tall. There is a difference in sizes across the range. In areas with fewer predators, jungle cats tend to be larger than those found in areas such...
Leopard

Leopard

Physical description of Leopards One of the most distinctive cats, the leopard has a rosette pattern on its fur. Generally, creamy yellow in color, with black spots and a striped tail, the leopard is extremely well camouflaged. The different subspecies do have subtly...
Lion

Lion

Physical description of Lions Do I need to describe a lion? You know what color they are, right? They don’t have spots or camouflage markings. Being so powerful, they don’t really need any. The lion is, of course, the second largest of the cats after the tiger. The...
Sand Cat

Sand Cat

Physical description of Sand Cats At 2-3 kg, the sand cat is not big, about the size of domestic cats, or just a little smaller. They are nocturnal, which makes sense living in such hot areas. Because of this, they do have a thick coat. The fur is necessary to protect...
Black-footed Cat

Black-footed Cat

Physical description of Black-footed Cats Black-footed cats are the smallest of the cats. They are just a bit smaller than the sand cat, kodkod and flat-headed cats. Their light colored fur is patterned by black or brown spots. The face has stripes the same shade as...
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