The Iberian lynx is the world's most endangered feline species. The conservation effort taken to prevent it's extinction has paid out. A shrinking population of less than 100 Iberian lynxs in 2002 is now up to 404 cats that live in the Mediterranean fores
Caracal - Their range limits are the Saharan desert and the equatorial forest belt of Western and Central Africa. In South Africa and Namibia, C. caracal is so numerous that it is exterminated as a nuisance animal.
The Ocelot, also known as the dwarf leopard, is a wild cat distributed extensively over South America including the islands of Trinidad and Margarita, Central America, and Mexico. They have been reported as far north as Texas.