Caracal Kitten.. (by ap_photo on Flickr)

This little baby wild cat is a Caracal. The caracal (Caracal caracal), also known as the desert lynx, is a wild cat widely distributed across Africa, Central Asia, and Southwest Asia into India.

Look At These Caracal Kittens

Look At These Caracal Kittens

Caracal kitties

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Caracal Kittens Look, Pokémon babies! No, just kidding. These are kittens of the caracal cat, also known as the desert lynx.

Is This The Cutest Cat Species Ever? #photography #photo

Is This The Cutest Cat Species Ever?

Meet the Caracals Do you love cats? If the answer is yes, you are going to fall in love with this cat species, Caracals, that are likely to be the cutest cat species ever! If the answer is no, these cats will change it and you& start liking cats!

Recently Named Caracal Kittens Go Exploring

Caracal Pet – The name Caracal is stemmed from a Turkish word “karakulak” suggesting “black ear.” The Caracal was as soon as educated for bird searching in Iran as well as India.

Oregon Zoo Introduces Newest Caracal Kittens

Peggy, a Caracal living in the Oregon Zoo’s Predators of the Serengeti area, gave birth to two kittens on September and the Zoo recently shared their first video of the male and female.

Baby Caracal (African Lynx) in wildlife sanctuary in Namibia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Caracal (aka desert lynx) is a wild cat widely distributed across Africa, central Asia and SW Asia into India. The felid is considered threatened in north Africa, and rare in the central Asian republics and India.

1_Oregon Caracal kittens

The Oregon Zoo’s two new Caracal kittens are now 6 weeks old, and they have just begun to explore their outdoor habitat in the zoo’s Predators of the Serengeti area. Peggy and her kittens will have outdoor access from

"Caracal kitten" -- is a slender, yet muscular cat, with long legs & a short tail. They are nocturnal. Their pupils contract to form circles rather than the slits found in most small cats. The most conspicuous feature is their elongated, tufted black ears, which also explain the origin of its name, karakulak, Turkish for "black ear". Its ears are used to locate prey & are controlled by 29 different muscles. [Photo courtesy of: Kristian Thy from Copenhagen, Denmark - July 10 2006]'h4d'120913

Caracal (kitten)-classified as a small cat, but, is the heaviest of small cats, also the quickest. It's nearly as fast as the serval. It has spectacular bird hunting skills- able to snatch a bird in flight, sometimes more than one at a time.


Cat Breeds With Ear Tufts, Yes, there are several breeds of cats that have ear tufts and long hair. The pictures below display such cats along with the ear tufts.

~~Elegance, thy name is kitten | Caracal kitten | by DeeOtter~~

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The name caracal comes from the Turkish word ‘karakalak’ which means ‘a black ear.’ It is a medium-sized animal native to the deserts and savannahs of Africa, Central Asia, the Arabian Peninsula and the Caspian Sea coast.

This is a caracal kitten. These endangered animals are often killed by farmers because they are a pest to their live stock. Either way, they were amazing animals to see!

Caracal , also known as the desert lynx, is a wild cat that is widely distributed across Africa, central Asia and southwest Asia into India.