Pampas cat


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(Zool.) a South American wild cat (Felis pajeros). It has oblique transverse bands of yellow or brown. It is about three and a half feet long. Called also straw cat.

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The pampas regions of Argentina and Uruguay, like our study area, have been heavily settled and grazed, which is suspected to have had a negative impact on pampas cat populations (Garman, 1997; IUCN, 2013).
Their evolutionary history involves an ancient hybridisation and movement of genes between northeastern tigrinas and the pampas cat.
Wild populations of the Americas also include the ocelot, bobcat, lynx, margay, pampas cat, mountain cat, tiger cat, jaguarundi, and Geoffrey's cat.
The three-year-old stayed on well to land the 1m2f conditions contest by a head, for trainer John Gosden who won the race last season with Pampas Cat.
Update on the distribution of the Andean cat Oreailurus jacobita and the pampas cat Lynchailurus colocolo in Peru.
A half-brother to Pampas Cat, who was third in the Chester Vase on only his second start earlier this season, he made a most encouraging debut at Haydock last month.
OK, he and All The Aces pulled five lengths clear of Pampas Cat, but you really would have wanted to lap those behind him.
PAMPAS Cat can provide the John Gosden team with further ammunition for the summer by winning the Bank of America Chester Vase on Thursday.
Pampas Cat won very nicely for John Gosden on his racecourse debut at Newmarket last month and could be a threat here if staying the extra two furlongs.
Gosden's Pampas Cat will be aimed at the Chester Vase after his 20-1 success in the opening 10-furlong maiden, while Virtual could be aimed at the 2,000 Guineas after his win in the maiden over seven furlongs.