Which is the largest wild cat's species?
The Siberian tiger subspecies is the largest of the big cats, followed closely by the Bengal tiger.
The term breed is for group of domestic animals (in this case, cats) with similar or the same appearance, behavior, and other characteristics that distinguish it from other animals of the same species. There are no breeds of cat that occur naturally in the wild. The largest cat species is the Siberian tiger.
There are 41 species of cats in the world from lions to lynx's. There are 53 breeds of domestic cats. There are 64 million house cats in America, but that is just one species; the Domestic Cat. There are 36 species of wild cats. Most species are further divided into subspecies, based on physical and/or genetic distinction. Please see Related Links below for a full list of cat species.
Sort of. Some "wild" species of cats have tabby markings. The modern domestic house cat line is traced back to a wild species called the African Wild Cat which can have tabby markings (which is part of the reason the African wildcat is attributed to being the "original" house cat). There are wild cat species on several continents that have markings resembling tabbies. House cats are also particularly good at reverting to their wild instincts…