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Small wild cat native to southern North America and South America. Known also as Eyra. It is a secretive, generalist predator, with a slightly smaller body than lynxes.
Small wild cat native to southern North America and South America. Known also as Jaguarundi.
North American carnivour - known also as Mountain Lion
is a genus within the family Felidae - includes jaguar, lion, tiger, and other species
Lives in Europe and North America - has ears with tufts of black hair
New four legged addition to Ketterick family
Similar to Lynx, but smaller
One of the Felidae, lives in snowy environs
Also known as Pallas's cat
The fasted mammal on land
Extinct with saber-shaped canine teeth
You can find him in Serengeti National Park
Native to the southern and central regions of South America. It is about the size of a domestic cat. Nocturnal and a solitary hunter. Its proper Latin name is "Leopardus geoffroyi"
Native from the eastern Himalayas to Southeast Asia. You can find marble in its name.
Smallest cat in the Americas. You can construct first syllable (of two identical) in his name by taking a three letter name of the fish and replacing C with K
Native to Central and South America, solitary and nocturnal.
The biggest carnivore in South America.
Loves water, which is rather rare in Felidae family
Lives in small groups called prides.
Medium-sized wild cat native to Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia and India, with long tufted ears.
Its range extends from Himalaya to main land China. First part of the name sounds like a sky during the day when you cannot see Sun.
Small spotted cat ranging from Central America to central Brazil. You can get last two syllables of its name from Priscilla.
Also called Manul. Size of the domestic cat - lives steppes of Central Asia.
Has solid black spots and streaks on its coat, round ears, and white neck and undersides. Native to the southwestern United States, Mexico, and Central and South America.
Wild cat endemic to the island of Borneo. First syllable of its name is the same as the name of body of water (similar but smaller than gulf)