Edith Greensill

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El gato de las arenas o del desierto (Felis margarita) es una especie de mamífero carnívoro de la familia Felidae. Es el miembro más pequeño del género Felis junto con el gato patinegro (Felis nigripes). Apenas alcanza los 50 cm de longitud en cabeza y cuerpo, a los que hay que sumar otros 30 de cola. Los machos más grandes no llegan a los 3,5 kg de peso.

The sand cat (Felis margarita), also known as the sand dune cat, is the only felid found primarily in true desert, and has a wide but apparently disjunct distribution through the deserts of northern Africa and southwest and central Asia.

Pallas' cat (also known Manul) - The small, solitary wild cat inhabits uplands, hilly areas, steppes with rocky outcrops as well as semidesert areas throughout Asia and the Middle East. It resides on the cold grasslands of Mongolia and Inner Mongolia too. Pallas roams up to elevations of 4,000m but never regions of deep snow accumulation. Inclined toward aggressive natures. As kittens, they will growl before they can open their eyes. Status: Near Threatened (Photographer Jodea)

Pallas' cat (also known Manul) - The small, solitary wild cat inhabits uplands, hilly areas, steppes with rocky outcrops as well as semidesert areas throughout Asia and the Middle East. It resides on the cold grasslands of Mongolia and Inner Mongolia too.

Senhor gato.

What cat?: The manul, an ancient breed of small cats, 12 million years old. They can't be domesticated and are classified as "near threatened". They live on the Asian Steppes. Check out the link for lots of photos! (Also called Pallas cat)

Precioso lince ibérico

The Iberian lynx is the world's most endangered feline species. The conservation effort taken to prevent it's extinction has paid out. A shrinking population of less than 100 Iberian lynxs in 2002 is now up to 404 cats that live in the Mediterranean fores

This is the iberian lynx, the most endangered feline in the world. - Imgur

The Iberian lynx, (Lynx pardinus), is a critically endangered species of felid native to the Iberian Peninsula in Southern Europe. It is one of the most endangered cat species in the world. According to the conservation group SOS Lynx, if the Iberian lynx

Iberian lynx <3 -- The Iberian lynx, the world's most endangered cat, will probably go extinct in 50 years as a result of climate change, a new study in the journal Nature Climate Change reports.

Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus) is found only in two small areas of southwest Spain. It is the most endangered wild cat species in the world; will probably go extinct in 50 years if nothing is done.