Cats are small animals and are found almost in every corners of the world. They are one of the best animals with good sight, taste and smell abilities. They are strong with flexible body and have good quick reflexes which help them in hunting for foods.
Cats are omnivorous animals and have special teeth to tear and bite meats. They have very sharp claws which again help them to grip while running or climbing the trees. They mostly avoid being on land when there is no need for the same..
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Elephants in Africa
Mother and Baby Elephant in Africa
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Phylogony of 'Big Cat' species
In looking at the phylogony, which is the study of the evolutionary development and history of a species, modern wild cat ancestry can be traced back well over 2 million years.
Description,habits,diet and breeding information.
International Society for Endangered Cats (ISEC) Canada
Andean Mountain Cat, both a general and more detailed information about the species.
Asian Golden Cat Facts
Asian Golden Cat Facts and video
The jaguar is the third-largest feline after the tiger and the lion, and the largest in the Americas.
Information about the habitat of the Fishing Cat.
Pallas Cat Facts
Video and facts on the Pallas Cat
A Lynx is any of several medium-sized wild cats
Black-footed Cat Video and Facts
The black-footed cat is perhaps the smallest species of wild cat in Africa, black-footed cats average only 2.4 lb. to 4.2 lb. when fully grown.
Bobcat Facts and Video
Bobcat video and Facts
Canada Lynx News and Information
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website about the biology of Lynx canadensis, its current range and status in North America, and its status as a threatened species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.
International Society for Endangered Cats, Inc.
A non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of wild cats throughout the world. Includes information on membership, education programs, and volunteer opportunities.
Animal Kingdom All About the World of Animals
A page devoted to historical and biological information on lions and other big cats.
Resource information on worldwide lynx populations.
Offers both a general and more detailed introduction to the various species of cat living in the wild today. It not only covers the 'Big Cats' - Leopard, Lion, Tiger, Jaguar, Cheetah and Puma, but also introduces all of the lesser known 'Wild Cat' species.