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Why do wild cats have whiskers?

Like all cats, big cats and wild cats, each feline has whiskers. Notice that the whiskers are the widest part of the body. When you look at a felines face, you will see that t (MORE)

Are wild cats carnivores or omnivores?

ALL cats are carnivores. Cats are called obligate carnivores which means they must eat meat to survive, as meat and other aspects of prey (such as organs and bone) supply all (MORE)

What adaptations do African wild cats have?

African wild cats have to be able to adapt to their harsh  environment. These adaptations include retractable claws,  heightened senses of smell, hearing and vision, and a d (MORE)

How do cats survive in the wild?

  If you're asking about feral cats, they survive by scavenging. If you're talking about big cats like lions or mountain lions, they hunt down their prey. Feral cats proba (MORE)

Is a wild cat called a pharaoh cat?

No; they're referred to as ferals, though that is pronounced almost the same way. Feral means a once domesticated animal that has returned to the wild state.
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Are there big cats wild in the troodos?

Answer . No, there are no native wildcats on Cyprus of any kind - large or small. Because it is doubtful if the island ever had any land bridges to Asia Minor or Syria, Cy (MORE)

Wild cats starting with d?

There is no wild cat which name starts with the letter D. But there is a cat who is not wild that's name starts with D. That is the domestic cat. They are the cats that people (MORE)