Siberian Tigers are recognizable by their stripes. They can be found in various locations, including North Korea, China, Siberia, India, Russia, and Sumatra.
Lions: majestic cats known for their roar, family bonds, and darkening manes. They're the only cats that roar together. Only 20,000 left globally.
Jaguars: powerful predators known for their leaping ability, strong bite, and swimming skills. Sadly, their range has significantly diminished.
Leopards: graceful, adaptable cats with golden fur and rosettes. Not endangered, but Amur Leopard critically so. 8ft long, 200lbs. More cats ahead!
Snow Leopard, "Ghost of the Mountains," lives in Central Asia's high ranges at altitudes up to 20,000 feet.
Cheetahs: famous wildcats, fastest land animals. Found in Africa and Iran. Speedy acceleration, up to 70 mph. Long jumps, retractable claws for grip.
Adaptable Eurasian Lynx roam vast areas across Europe and Asia, with beautiful coats and distinctive features. They are skilled in snowy environments and can weigh up to 92 pounds.
Clouded leopards, with their stunning coat and unique abilities, inhabit Asia's mainlands and Indonesian islands, displaying agility and grace in their arboreal habitats.
Caracal cat: small but skilled hunter of Africa and Asia. Stealthy, with black ear tufts. Solitary and found in various habitats.