Cats did not evolve from sabertoothed tigers. Rather, sabertoothed cats evolved from other cats. Modern apes evolved from miocene apes, which were somewhat similar. Miocene apes evolved from some lemur-like primate, or perhaps something like a lorise. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loris
There have been several distinct species sabertoothed cats through prehistory, all of which are now extinct.
Adaptations a cat has for getting food is the natural instinct to hunt. Wild cats and domestic cats are able to hunt for survival.
Cats have several different adaptations. Cats have eyes that dilate to adjust to low lighting, which makes it easier for them to see at night. Also a great climbers, which makes it easy for them to escape predators.
Cats hate Karleighs
there is no such things of sand cats.
Some adaptations of the cat include excellent night vision for hunting and sharp claws for catching prey. Cats are also excellent jumpers making it easy to catch birds and rodents.
Feral cats have to adapt to be able to withstand the elements and to find food. Adaptations feral cats have developed include thicker coats, retractable claws, and improved eyesight.
you can mosly find eagles in the anuses of a sabertoothed bear.
They're able to see in the dark much better than humans.
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 dense coat that is made to block the harsh African climate.
Cats have formed structural adaptations, such as retractile claws and size, to suit their needs in their natural environment. They also have heightened senses.
cats meowing as if hey are talking direcly to there human companions
Cats use their "tonganiures" to see the enemy behind them so that they can run fast. They use their "spelufuze tongue" to have an appetite in drinking
No they have been extinct a long timeThere have been several distinct species of sabertoothed cats through prehistory, all of which are now extinct.There was even one marsupial sabertoothed "cat." The last of the sabre-toothed tigers died thousands of years ago.no they are extinct, and they have been extinct for exactly 11.000 yearsThey did exist, but only in history. Due to the Ice Age and other complications the saber tooth tiger became extinct.
There were many kinds of sabertoothed cats, and they varied in size from that of a large house cat to that of a tiger or lion, and some were even bigger. The classic saber toothed "tiger" is called Smilodon and the South American species could weigh up to 500 kgs!
The real scientific name for sabertoothed tigers of all ages was smilodon.
Climb to the top of the ice mountain and talk to the knight. Watch out- the sabertoothed helicopter is there!
to hunt to find edibal berries and nuts (if avalible)
There are several Tabby cat adaptations. Some of these adaptations include their whiskers, that allow them to decipher whether or not they can fit into small spaces. Another adaptation would be their ability to go from standing still to a full sprint in less than one second.
Sabertooth Tiger Classification: Kingdom: Animalia (Animals) Phylum: Chordata (Chordates) Sub-Phylum: Vertabrata (Vertabrates) Class: Mammalia (Mammals) Order: Carnivora (Ursadaes, Felines, Canines, Mustelids) Family: Felidae (Felines) Sub-Family: Machairodontinae (Extinct Felines) Genus: Smilodon (Sabertoothed cats) Species: Smilodon fatalis (Sabertooth tigers**) Sabertooth Tiger Classification: Kingdom: Animalia (Animals) Phylum: Chordata (Chordates) Sub-Phylum: Vertabrata (Vertabrates) Class: Mammalia (Mammals) Order: Carnivora (Ursadaes, Felines, Canines, Mustelids) Family: Felidae (Felines) Sub-Family: Machairodontinae (Extinct Felines) Genus: Smilodon (Sabertoothed cats) Species: Smilodon fatalis (Sabertooth tigers**)
They have tall-like ears,which can hear very well.Also,it's long-like legs help it run.