Order : Carnivora
Family : Felidae
Subfamily : Felinae
Facts about the subfamily Felinae, the small cats
Small cats are defined here as those felids having an adult body weight of less than 44 lb (20 kg) (Emmons, 1991, p.
Advantage for small cats is only 34.
Besides the size, the main difference between pantheras and small cats is that these last ones hum but do not roar, whereas the first roar but do not know how to hum.
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Indeed, the number of species of small cats is still being debated and there is little doubt that new species will be named.
INTRODUCTION Life history information on small cats is sparse, at best.
Like many other carnivores, the small cats are believed to be surviving in very low numbers.
Like the Big Cats many small cats are now threatened as their pelts have been used in the fur-trade.
The Felinae is composed of two viviparous central African genera (Chabanaudia and Feylinia) that have reduced eyes and ear openings covered with skin.
The largest of the small cats is the puma or mountain lion, which can exceed 250 lbs.
The sound a cat makes, unique to small cats, is written "meow" in American English, "miaow" in British English and various other ways in other languages.
Cat Conservation Large or small, cats are graceful, specialized, and powerful (Full text)
Many big and small cats are threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation and poaching for fur and traditional medicine. (Full text)
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In big cats this has an elastic segment, while that of small cats is hard all over. (Full text)
Loss of Habitat The other threat to the survival of small cats is loss of (Full text)
numbers of most small cats are declining for two reasons: (Full text)
Loss of Habitat— The other threat to the survival of small cats is loss of their habitat due to development of towns, cities, and farms. (Full text)
Sizing Up the Cat Family Surprisingly, some of the "small cats” are rather large, like the mountain lion (sometimes called a puma or cougar), which most people think is one of the big cats. (Full text)
Populations of most small cats are shrinking and some are disappearing altogether. (Full text)