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Pages: 128
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Wild Cats
Language: en
Pages: 80
Authors: John E. Becker
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses the genetic ancestors of wild cats and presents information on the physical characteristics, behavior, habitat, and threats to different kinds of wild cats, including servals, jaguars, and lynxes.
Wild Cats of the World
Language: en
Pages: 462
Authors: Mel Sunquist, Fiona Sunquist
Categories: Pets
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-05-15 - Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Did you know that European royalty once used cheetahs to hunt deer, or that caracals can capture birds by leaping six and a half feet straight up into the air from a standing start? Have you ever wondered whether domestic cats really do land on their feet when they fall,
Wild Cats of the World
Language: en
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Ranging from largest – the Tiger, to the smallest – Rusty-spotted Cat, the world's wild cats are some of the most beautiful, ferocious and feared carnivores in the world. Wild Cats of the World provides a detailed account of each species of wild cat, examining their importance throughout history and
Cats in Question
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What are cats? How do cats hunt? Do wild cats like catnip? Do cats dream? Cats in Question, a new book in Smithsonian's highly successful “In Question” series, offers authoritative and engaging answers to the thousands of questions about cats that Smithsonian scientists receive annually. All of the world’s cats