Big Cats

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Mar 1, 2013 - Published by Lynx Edicions in association with Conservation International and IUCN Foreword by Russell A. Mittermeier Introduction to the Class Mammalia by Don E. Wilson Carnivores of all shapes and sizes are common throughout the world, being naturally absent only from the Australasian Region, where a few species such as the Dingo, the Red Fox, and the domestic cat have all arrived assisted by humans. Tigers, lions, wolves, bears, mongooses, civets, skunks, and weasels are…

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Alisa
Meet The Canada Lynx Cat That Might Be The Floofiest Grumpiest Kitty Ever | Bored Panda Big Cats, Lynx, Rare Animals, Canada Lynx, Wild Cats, Animals Wild, Majestic Animals, Big Cats Photography, Unique Wild Animals

With a relatively short body, small tail and long legs, the Canada lynx is one of the most adorable fluffs. They may look like a cousin of your housecat, but make no mistake — these boreal predators are pretty wild. The Canada lynx lives in forested areas and like making their dens underneath fallen trees, tree stumps, rock ledges or thick bushes. They are territorial animals, and males usually live alone.

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Big Cats - White Bengal tiger - title Snow Walker - photographer Sergei Gladyshev

Big Cats - White Bengal tiger - title Snow Walker - photographer Sergei Gladyshev

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Amber Horiski
Cheetahs, Lynx, Caracal, Exotic Cats, Serval, Majestic Animals, Felidae, Cat Family, Small Cat

Its of course a captive one sadly, though it is the male of a regular breeding pair so they must feel settled to breed. There is talk of re introduction of lynx in to remote areas, and being a particular favourite of mine I would love to see that, but I fear its all hot air, it will never happen!!!! The fact that they were here and we wiped them out centuries ago means we could legally re introduce them, but as with so many species, the authorities take far more notice of the whinging…

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Bradley A Harris