a cougar or mountain lion is another name for a puma. There are also the many varieties of house cat. Ocelot. Leopard. Cheetah. Panther. That is all I can think of for now.
Big cat fan ;Jaguar clouded leopard serval caracal lynx,bobcat , wild cat domesic cat, jaguarundi margay water cat ,…
Largest natural big cat is the Amur (Siberian) tiger. However, if a male lion and a female tiger breed they produce a Liger, which is bigger. This does not happen naturally in the wild as tiger and lion ranges do not overlap. There are several Ligers and Tigons (female lion x male tiger, not as big…
A wild CAT cat is called by its usual species name. A wild DOMESTIC HOUSE CAT is called a feral cat.
Jaguars and leopards are almost the same family, but jaguars are in
South and Central America and Mexico, and leopards are in Africa,
Asia, china, and India. Cheetahs are a different family. Cheetahs
are day animals as well, jaguars and leopards are night animals.
The Cheetahs rear legs are also lon…
The largest naturally occuring big cat is the Siberian
Males have been recorded to be 3.2 meters in body length,
excluding the tail.
He/she weighs about 87I lb.
The Lion is the second largest cat.
The Liger, the offspring of a male Lion & and a female Tiger
But Ligers are usu…
There are so many different kinds. Leopards, Cheetahs, and Jaguars being the most popular. There are countless amounts of small wild cats that are spotted as well
Siberian Tigers are the largest cats that naturally occur in the wild, with males weighing upwards of 700 pounds and perhaps as much as 850. The Liger (Tiger & Lion combined) is the worlds largest cat although ligers do not occur naturally in the wild.
Basically all cats can be considered wild; but they can be categorized as domestic, feral, or wild. They all share the same characteristics. The main list: Cheetah, Lion, Tiger, Snow Leopard, Black Leopard, Spotted Leopard, Black Panther, Lynx, and Mountain Lion, which is also known as Puma or Couga…
It is thought that the oldest "true" cat was Proailurus. It lived in what is now Europe and Asia, around 25 million years ago. It was a small predator, slightly larger than a modern domestic cat. Proailurus is thought to be to be a likely ancestor to Pseudaelurus, prehistoric cat that lived 20-8 mil…
The Onza is the Jaguarundi.
There are 2 different words for it. "Clutter" or "Clowder".A group of wild cats is called "A destruction"
Siberian tigers .
probobly since all of my cats are more active in the winter and lazier in the summer
Techniquilly no wild cat can be trusted. No matter how long they've been in captivity they're alwasy going to be wild at heart. That's why no wild cat makes a good pet... for heaven sake wild is in their name. So to answer your question non can really ever be totally trusted.
Most cats claws retract automatically. It takes force for them to protract. So most cats actually have protractable claws. The fishing cat (front feet), cheetah and Onza are the only cats whos claws do not fully retract and sheath.
All types of Tigers, all kinds of Leopards, Lions, all types of Lynx, Caracal, Barbary Serval, Snow Leopards(which are not really leopard, they're totally different species of cat), Ocelot, Puma, Jaguar, Panther (which is a black Jaguar or Leopard) are all endangerd, plus more.
All the cats have …
Margay and Marbled cat And Meowser (meow sirs)
The Siberian tiger is the world's largest wild cat.
Siberian Tigers. They get up to 700 lbs or so. They get so big by packing on layers of fat to keep themselves warm in the winter, as compared to other tigers. The second largest cat would be the male African lion. They can get up to 550 lbs whereas Bengal Tigers only get up to 500 lbs.
The strongest cat is lion. that is why he is the king of the jungle. just because a tiger is longer doesnt mean anything. the lions are more powerful especially if in a fight they are even more powerful than ever, specially the lioness, they are very vicious and could take out a female tiger with th…
Fishing cats. They live in the jungle and their claws do not retract.
The jaguar has the strongest bite of all felids, capable of biting down with 2,000 pounds-force (8,900 N). This is twice the strength of a lion and the second strongest of all mammals after the spotted hyenaso your answer is Jaguar
The second largest WILD cat is the Male African Lion
There really aren't many differences. The overall body shape is the same, their diets are the same, and a domestic cat will eat and hunt food in much the same manner as a wild one. There are some differences, though. The main difference is that wild cats cannot be domesticated, whereas domestic cat…
Jaguar, Lynx , Puma , Felis , Neofelis , Pardofelis , Acinonyx and Snow Leopard Tigers Leopards Jaguars Lions Uncia Tigris Panthera Jaguaris Leo
sometimes they will but it will sometimes depend on if you introduced them as kittens or not?
Wildcats do have tails. Their tails are on average 30cm long.
Cats are top predators. Meaning in the wild they are not prey for another animal. However, smaller cats such as pet cats have known to be killed by coyotes and other larger animals.
This is a strange question. If this is a legitimate question, the answer is NO. I have never seen my sand cats (felis margarita) eat whiskers.
Human civilization began in the Fertile Crescent, a section of the Middle East in the area of what is now roughly Jordan, Iraq and Turkey. This is where grains were first grown from wild stock and slowly domesticated through selection to become high-yield crops. The first farmers, finding that they…
it is the tiger it can lift 1200 pounds
No it is the LIGER accually (mix of lion and tiger). That happens when a lion and tiger mate.
The tiger has stripes and the leopard has spots . . . kinda hard to not tell the dif.
Yes, they can. It is now thought that all cats, even "big" cats that can roar, can purr. Big cats, with their specially-designed throats, can only make a purring sound when exhaling which is called "chuffing", and not in a constant stream like other cats.
It helps them blend into their surroundings. It is like their camouflage. Cheetahs, Leopards and Servals are some cats that have spots, although the Leopard is the only big cat to have spots.
Big cats, like their smaller cousins, have limited color vision. They can distinguish between the basic colors, but have a better ability to differentiate colors at the upper end of the visual spectrum. They are less able to distinguish between shades of red, for example, than they would be able to …
Lion Tiger Liger(half lion half tiger) Leopard Snow leopard Mountain lion- Cougar-Puma- Panther ( i live in Texas and we call then mountain lions) Cheetah Tiger (there are lots of species of tiger) Lynx- bobcat That's all i can think of right now ill try to find more :) :)
Same as any other cat would eat.
Sand Cats have thick fur to insulate against the extremely high temperatures in the desert. They allso have fur on the bottom pads of their feet to stop the sand burning their feet and to also protect them.
Jungle Cat (Felis chaus) Sand Cat (Felis margarita) Black-footed Cat (Felis nigripes) Wild Cat (Felis silvestris)Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)Serval (Leptailurus serval) Caracal (Caracal caracal)African Golden Cat (Profelis aurata) Lion (Panthera leo) Leopard (Panthera pardus)I think that is all.
Yes, but only small sized, like house cats.
The sand cat is endangered because they are hunted by humans, collected and sold.
tigerThe Bengal Tiger is the largest and heaviest cat in the world.
The only wild cats on Hawaii are the feral cats. Hawaii has a
massive feral cat population. There were stories of a big cat on
the island of Maui, possibly a leopard or cougar or something, but
there was never any definitive proof that a big cat was in fact on
pet cat but sandy fur.
Cheetahs do not have retractable claws. Their claws work similarly to dogs' claws.
I am assuming you mean Feral cats, domestic cats gone wild. There is a bit of evolution in a hurry in action here. They are not hand fed in the wild, the smallest and weakest do not survive, only the smartest, largest, and strongest do. These breed and the resulting off-spring are no surprise. Do th…
The puma or mountain Lion.
With their eyes closed
The domestic cat that looks like a bobcat is a serval. Also, a wild cat that looks like a bobcat might be a lynx.
Large species of cat have such large teeth as they take down much larger prey. For a large cat such as the lion, they will prey on zebra or antelope or wildebeest or deer so they need strong teeth to take them down.
The main difference is that feral cats tend to be much bigger and stronger than domestic cats. But remember that any cat that is abandoned and left to go wild can turn into more than just a stray, and be known as a feral cat.
The Scottish Wild Cat.
the wild cats only get can get eaten by human hunters no other animal eats them.
They are near the threat level. This means that it is in the
A Declawed cat is a cat that had it's claws removed. I don't know of any cat born that way.
Sand cats live solitary lives outside of the mating season. They inhabit burrows, typically using either abandoned fox or porcupine burrows, or enlarging those dug by gerbils or other rodents. The completed burrow is generally straight, with a single entrance, and reaching up to 3 metres (9.8 ft) in…
Servals have long ears sort of.
Panthera pardus live in sub-Saharan and Northeast Africa, Central Asia, India, and China. There are 9 subspecies world wide. However, many of these populations are endangered, especially outside of Africa. Leopards are the 5th largest cat in the world. Leopards are graceful and commanding big cats. …
depends what kind of shark
Wild cats are hunted for their fur coats and as food.
pumas eat deers elks and mooses jaguars eat insects berries and fresh meat
The most vicious cat out there is the Indian Tiger. They have it in their nature and are always out on the hunt! They are large cats so they need to feed themselves a lot. Many people think lions are the most vicious cats around, when that's not true at all. For I assure you the most vicious cat is …
they eat bugs, gerbil, rodents, insects, jerboas, reptiles, and somtimes they kill venomous snakes and eat them.
cheetah also come into the category of big cats so they want to eat any type of flesh .veg food is not liked by them. :-)
The Sand cat is threatened due to is being taken by humans for pet trade, prey, and they are killed by humans due to people feeling their livestock threatened
The best known Big Cat with stripes is the tiger.
Most likely a Red Fox, they scream out and sound like a woman or young girl. The black panther is often said to have "a scream like a woman".
To eat and attack.
1.lion 2.tiger3.jaguar4.leopard5.lynx6.bobcat7.pallas cat8.angora9.siamese10.stray cat
Tigers are known to enjoy swimming. There may be other species that enjoy water as well, but Tigers are the main type of big cat to enjoy being in water.
tigers, lions, pumas, mountain lions, jaguars, Leopards, cougers, etc
Yes the Pink Panther
Under captivity it has shown that its base fur color can change, from one stage to another over time, depending on the age and external factors.
Actually, Big Cat Rescue welcomes visiters of all ages.
Bobcat. Except in more refined societies where he is known as 'Robert the Cat'.
Large domestic cats can live anywhere from 15-25 years.