These medium-sized African cats are known for their spotted coat and large ears. Some are kept as exotic pets.
With striking tufted ears and reddish-brown fur, caracals are skilled hunters found in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
The world's fastest land animal, capable of speeds up to 70 mph, found primarily in Africa.
Small, beautifully spotted cats native to the Americas, resembling miniature leopards.
Native to Southeast Asia, these cats have stunning cloud-like markings on their fur and are excellent climbers.
Known for their powerful build and distinctive rosette patterns on their fur, they're primarily found in the Americas.
Inhabiting mountainous regions of Central and South Asia, their white fur helps them blend into cold, high-altitude environments.
Medium-sized cats found in North America, Europe, and Asia, known for tufted ears and facial ruffs.
A type of lynx native to North America, known for adaptability to diverse habitats.
Recognized by their powerful build, rosette-covered fur, and elusive nature, they're found in parts of Africa and Asia.
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