Wild Cats

Parent Category: Cats (Felines)
The 36 species of the wild cat family are spread across most of the globe. Big cats, like lions and tigers, get much of the attention, but the vast majority of the wild cat species fall into the small cats category. This is the category that will satisfy your curiosity about wild cats.
their spotted fur make them invisible and they get close as theycan for the pray and also they have muscles that help them catchpray their camouflage make them invisible and also their paws moveslowly when they are in stelth mood so they can move without asound
I would assume as a way of conserving energy. Kind of like a natural suspended animation.
Yes, but only certain ones. If my guessing is correct, they snatch and eat eagles that go around the rainforest. Since jaguars mainly come from rainforest, they will kill and eat eagles. Usually, like the monkey eating eagle, originally from the Philippines, eats monkeys there. And so jaguars do...
Cheetahs live in tropical and warm places, kind of like therainforest. They can live in grasslands, savannahs, and otherplaces.
hide them and camouflage perfectly and protect them with theirlifes
We should save the Bobcat because if we didn't have them then the pests that they control by eating them would be destroying our economy.
yes..The bobcat resembles other species of the Lynx genus,but is on average the smallest of the four. Its coat is variable,though generally tan to grayish-brown, with black streaks on thebody and dark bars on the forelegs and tail. Its spotted patterningacts as camouflage. The ears are black...
well it depends on what kind of animal your talking about.
Yes. There are around 460 still left alive today. 200-260 survivein the wild, with an additional 200 kept in zoos. There is muchbeing done about the population and hunting.
Yes, because it's so similar to the measles virus. However, even ifit replicates in humans, it has no effects on us. But if a human iscarrying the virus, he or she can still potentially pass it onto ananimal.
it honestly just depends on what it is, if its something that youreally don't feel comfortable doing then I would talk to them aboutit and let them know how you feel
Tigers don't go in much for shelters. A female tiger will seek out a den when she's about to have cubs.But it's usually a pre-existing feature, like a gap between somerocks, a fallen tree, maybe just a dense shrubbery, and she won'tdo much to improve it. They go under a tree or rock, or if they are...
it is because they can see better during the night and they can't see good during the night. .
The lynx kittens stay with their mom until 9 months old.
No, they only live in the Himalayas... ^.^
a cheetah because he would cheat
yes because their eye reflect 5 times more light than we do
I've seen clips of Lion prides attempting to corner a Rhino or chasing a Rhino but nothing more. Rhinos have a thick armor that Lions in all likelyhood would find impossible to penetrate.Besides that a Rhino is about 4tons of armor and a leathal horn and speed which makes it exceedingly dangerous...
Apart from species in which an animal lives in a group and everymember has a specific job, the animal kingdom doesn't really havegeneralists or specialists. Ligers are extremely rare, and usuallylives in solitude, so neither.
a female lynx leave some of it's urine on a males territory
Leopard cubs start walking when they open their eyes. They open their eyes after a few days of their birth.
A cougar eats very violently! It will tear its food (meat) apart but finish it all. A cougar will eat as much as it gets as well, it won't matter if the cougar is full. It will eat a lot because it doesn't know when it's next meal may be.
Cheetahs aren't the Strongest Big Cat on the plains. In fact, they're the weakest! They are fast and fragile, so they don't have much options when it comes to confrontation. They aren't strong enough to defend territory, so if food and water is scarce, or if another threat comes, it's time to move...
Yes, they do. The female raises the young alone. One to six, but usually two to four, kittens are born in April or May, after roughly 60 to 70 days of gestation. There may sometimes be a second litter, with births as late as September. The female generally gives birth in some sort of enclosed space,...
Lions and tigers live on different continents so they only breed in captivity, where they have little chance of hunting. However, they would hunt the same time as lions and tigers, any time really, often in the late afternoon.
Do not crouch, bend or stoop. Your perceived size acts as a factor of intimidation to the attacking animal. Even raising an arm or arms increases the perception of size. (Animals do not recognize the symbol of surrender which is a social and cultural skill.) If a platform of any type is...
Very active and sly cats. They seem as if they are mini leopards.Ocelots can wonder around trees and hunt birds. They can beenergetic yet fun-sized felines.
No, night vision is the ability to see in low light condition andinfrared vision is the capability of biological or artificialsystems to detect infrared radiation . The terms thermal vision and thermal imaging , are also commonly used in this context sinceinfrared emissions from a body are...
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The normal gestation period for most tigers is around 100 days. 93to 111 days is still considered normal. Tigers typically give birthfrom 2 to 4 cubs.
Black, muscular, and may have some very faint spots that are brown.
Normally they are killed for their furs, bones, or meats. Sometimeseven for fun.
It matters on the tiger!
They can be, yes especially when hunting. If they showed themselves to their prey while hunting, they would very rarely eat.
Lions are felines that are in the Panthera genus.
this question made me think, the first I could think of was that it was for camouflage reasons. Their vertical stripes help them hide in tall grasses. If the stripes were to be horizontal it would be easy for the prey to spot the tiger out of the crowd. Therefore giving the tiger's prey a little...
Ocelots may be small, but they're like fierce predators too! TheOcelots live in rain forests, woodland forests, and fresh leafylush forests.
A tiger's home is called a lair.
Definitely. A jaguar is a powerful fighter and is much larger than the cheetah. jaguar 6 - 9 feet long 80 - 350 pounds. cheetah 4.5 - 7 feet long 75 - 175 pounds.
They are an endangered species and not living very long due tohumans. There are only about 1500 alive today . If left alone withplenty of food they can live to 15 years.
No Snow leopards are notoriously shy and hard to spot.
"White Tigers" aren't a subspecies of Tiger. White fur is a rarevariant among most, if not all, big cats. So i cant answer yourquestion directly. However, Bengal tigers weigh up to 300-560pounds. Siberians weigh up to 300-675 pounds. Sumatrans weigh170-310 pounds.
There are usually 2 or 3 cubs in a litter but there can be more.But the reality is that usually only 1 or 2 at greatest survive.
most likely, it appears to be leopard fur but with larger spots andit was in smaller quantities so it was also one of the moreexpensive pelts
It is valuable because they keep our ecosystem balanced by killingprey and not letting them over populate.If there was no cheetahsthey will over populate and the ecosystem will be unbalanced
Yes. Sheep are tasty prey for pumas. . Yes. Often times they will find their prey in the wilderness, but if the puma can't find any prey it will have to resort to killing livestock such as cows, sheep, horses, etc...
The size of the territory could be several square miles, larger inareas of less available prey. Competition with humans may drive thetiger into more mountainous areas.
I believe lions live out in the plains and flatlands of Kenya.
When a baby tiger is born it is called a CUB or a WHELP.
A salmon gets its food by capturing it with the sharp little teeththat are all around the edge of its mouth.
Because all creatures have value. Although the population hasbenefited from the ban on legal international fur trade, whichmeans the number of furs going to China and Russia has reducedsignificantly, illegal hunting still represents a major threat.Habitat loss, with a resulting loss in their prey...
The opposite is diurnal `happening by day, coming out during the day, occurring every day'. Animals which come out at twilight are called crepuscular.
some panthers do hunt zebras, yes. because panthers eat meat, theyhunt for zebras though zebras eat plants.
Because they are mammals! because they are Born with it
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no, only humans are predators to the Ocelot, they use their fur to make fine coats and objects in that area, Ocelots eat many other animals!
This all has to do with the food chain.Jaguars eat animals liketapiers, monkeys and sloths.Most of these animals live in trees ordense thickets of tropical plants. So it is important that thehabitat suits these animals so the jaguar has something toeat. It is also important because jaguars are...
Tigers are pure carnivores. They prefer hunting large ungulates such as chital, sambar, gaur, and to a small extent also barasingha, water buffalo, nilgai, serow and takin. Among the medium-sized prey species they frequently kill wild boar, and occasionally hog deer, muntjac and Gray langur. Small...
yes they are but there are other ones like elephants and bull dogs. yes they are but there are other ones like elephants and bull dogs
No, tigers are native to Asia.
All mammals are warm blooded.
No, only to India and siberiaare
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They live in lower manhattan.
It can range from 43 inches - 78.7 inches and in weight 148lbs to 231lb
NO Tigers are Asian
Lions are native to Africa, leopards are also native to Africa but tigers are not native to Africa.
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Two to two and a half feet.
Yes, leopards live close to man.
I actually come from South Africa and poaching is a big issue inSouth Africa! They go to court and pay a R 15,000 find (which isSouth Africa's currency) ($1500) then they are freed. I think theyneed to get penalized more because it is getting out of hands andanimal population are declining...
endangered, vulnerable, and threatened species, white tigers
About 8 billion, but that is only registered citizens inresidential areas around the world, counting children andunregistered adults, about 9.7 billion.
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I believe that the Red Fungus( pycnopirus sanguineus) and the white fungus ( lentinus) live in the African rainforest in west and central Africa:)
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yes. A fit jaguar in it's prime can run up to 25-35 mph
Some do, but there are a lot of different kinds of animals inEurope, and not all of them have a hibernation cycle.
Habitats don't change all that quickly, but when they do, theresidents just migrate to a more suitable location.
No. Lions eat meat and only meat. Therefore, are carnivores.