sand cat

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Noun1.sand cat - a desert wildcatsand cat - a desert wildcat      
wildcat - any small or medium-sized cat resembling the domestic cat and living in the wild
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A female Arabian sand cat that has already passed its health checks will soon be introduced to the existing group at Al Ain Zoo, which houses the largest population of captive Arabian sand cats in the world.
95 child) on Saturday, and the kids were enthralled by the lions, sand cats and all the other exotic animals on display.
With 32 animals, Al Ain Zoo has the largest known captive population of Arabian sand cats in the world.
And his zookeeping includes looking after a huge variety of carnivores - 34 sand cats, 15 lions, 10 meerkats, six pumas, four serval cats, three tigers, a number of hyenas, leopard cats and a duo of African cheetahs at Al Ain Zoo.
Ramat Gan Safari Park is taking part in a European breeding programme for sand cats and once the kittens are old enough to leave their family, they will be transferred to other zoos to start their own families.
Even those well versed in small cats will find plenty of new names here to wonder at: Pallas' cat, fishing cats, sand cats, and more.
AWPR's desert carnivore conservation programme also includes sand cats, Arabian leopards, cheetahs and African lions.
According to the BBC, cat species that live in more open types of habitat, such as lions and sand cats, have deeper calls, they found.
Some of the most important mammals in the Reserve are red foxes, sand cats, wildcats, jackals and hedgehogs which live in a natural way due to the peaceful atmosphere and the availability of food in the Reserve where it became a haven for a lot of mammals and birds.
Sand cats can survive without drinking because they get all the water they need through food Scientists believe that dolphins residing off the coast of Wales have their own accent.
The 29-year-old nonprofit compound is home to more than 70 wild felines, including tigers, jaguars, leopards and smaller, lesser-known varieties such as sand cats and fishing cats.