leopard cat

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Noun1.Leopard cat - small spotted wildcat of southern Asia and Malaysialeopard cat - small spotted wildcat of southern Asia and Malaysia
Felis, genus Felis - type genus of the Felidae: true cats and most wildcats
wildcat - any small or medium-sized cat resembling the domestic cat and living in the wild
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Over the last six years, 54 leopard cats, 257 palm civets, and thousands of cats, dogs, and reptiles died after colliding with motor vehicles.
After all, we've got one Asian leopard cat (above) and five hybrid Asian leopard cats living in our midst.
WHERE THE ANIMALS ARE THESE are the places in Scotland where people currently hold dangerous wild animal licences: ABERDEENSHIRE - Three bison, two capuchin monkeys, one ostrich, one serval cat, 45 Bengal cats, one caracal cat, four Asian leopard cats ABERDEEN CITY - One cobra, one rattlesnake, four bearded lizards.
In our study, we aimed at developing a protocol for identifying leopard cats from their coat patterns and estimating their abundance and density.
Aside from the Visayan spotted dear, it also has rare warty pigs, leopard cats and bleeding heart pigeons, among other endangered animals.
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.
Agency for International Development (USAID) has revealed that large mammals, including Asiatic black bears, gray wolves, markhor goats, and leopard cats are surviving in parts of Afghanistan despite braving years of conflict.
Given their breeding, a cross between domestic and Asian Leopard cats, they hoped these might fare better than a smaller cat.
Federal authorities in the US have revealed that a man from Palm Springs, US has been arrested on charges of bringing two protected newborn Asian leopard cats through Los Angeles International Airport.
The 30-year-old, who lives with husband Glen and two young children, said she has always wanted to own the two leopard cats and two African Serval cats, which are part of the cheetah family.
Live wildlife in markets in Guangzhou, China, trade in masked palm civets, ferret badgers, barking deer, wild boars, hedgehogs, foxes, squirrels, bamboo rats, gerbils, various species of snakes, and endangered leopard cats, along with domestic dogs, cats, and rabbits (2).
The AAF hope to persuade the Chinese government to follow other Asian countries and outlaw the eating of animals that we see as pets or rare breeds - rare leopard cats, barking deer and flying squirrels are also sold to restaurants.