Many people hunted them, some farmers killed them to protect their livestock, and other's were keeping them as pets.
No, the barbary serval eats meat such as small birds, lizards, insects, frogs, rodents, and other small animals.
The serval is not an endangered species.According to the IUCN, it is listed as "Least Concern".
no body ;loves them =,[ Farmers kill them for hunting their livestock. Poachers kill them for their skins/pelts and poachers catch them for the pet trade. Civilazation is encroaching on their territory as well.
A Barbary Serval is a domestic cat's size but its fur pelt (which resembles a snow leopards) makes it look larger then it really is.
People protect an barbary serval because they are not endanger species they dont all the time only when it find its prey or smell fear.
The serval is NOT an endangered species. This is good, for all sorts of reasons. So many wild cats are endangered. The threat has largely come from the trades, fur and, sadly, pet. Another problem has been degradation of habitat, specifically deforestation. Fortunately, the serval ranks in the "Least Concern" category of potentially threatened animal species. At least for now.
A Serval is a wildcat, that isn't endangered. Some people keep them as pets. African Servals are endangered though, but not to a high extent.
It might already be. If not, it's because they are located in North Africa, and not many people travel there to hunt exotic animals. So, it's still alive, it's helped by the location it lives in.
Because they were hunted to extinction!
No, the Serval is a carnivore.
A female serval.
Yes, a serval is a mammal, it is a cat.
A serval is a Feline, or "Big Cat", and i have no ideawhat two animals make up the Serval...
scientific scientist say that a felis serval which is a latan name for a serval does have a vertebrate
The population of La Chapelle-en-Serval is 2,462.
A young serval is called a kitten.
no a serval can jump higher
Leptailurous serval I think that it is actually Felis Serval. I found this out in the new Encyclopedia of the Cat by Dr. Bruce Fogle.
The Serval lives in Africa. It can be found from about central Africa to Northern Africa.
No. The Cape Serval is an extinct species.
no a serval can leap farther than a puma
Serval live in Africa and are closely related to the African Golden Cat, if that helps.
no a puma can't jump higher than a serval