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Grey Jaguarundi

Grey Jaguarundi - Wild, Red List IUCN, Jaguarundi, Cat, Grey
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The jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi) or eyra is a small wild cat native to southern North America and South America. It has been listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List since 2002. The mega reserves of the Amazon Basin are probably the only conservation units that can sustain long-term viable populations.
The jaguarundi has short legs, an elongated body, and a long tail. The ears are short and rounded. The coat is without spots, uniform in colour, with, at most, a few faint markings on the face and underside. The coat can be either blackish to brownish-grey (grey morph) or foxy red to chestnut (red morph); individuals of both morphs can be born in the same litter. It has a length of 53 to 77 centimetres (21 to 30 inches) with a 31-to-60 cm-long tail (12-to-24 in), and weighs 3.5 to 9.1 kilograms (7.7 to 20.1 lb).
The two colour morphs were once thought to represent two distinct species: the grey one was called the jaguarundi and the red one was called the eyra.
The jaguarundi occurs from southern Texas and coastal Mexico in the north, through Central and South America east of the Andes, and as far south as northern Argentina. In 2015, it has also been recorded in Cerro Largo, Uruguay. Its habitat is lowland brush areas close to a source of running water, including dry thorn forest to wet grassland. While commonly inhabiting lowlands, it has been reported at elevations as high as 3,200 m (10,500 ft). Occasionally, it also occurs in dense tropical areas.
blueangels1015 Uploaded by blueangels1015 on . Grey Jaguarundi - Desktop Nexus Animals Download free wallpapers and background images: Grey Jaguarundi. Desktop Nexus Animals background ID 2486202. The jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi) or eyra is a small wild cat native to southern North America and South America. It has been listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List since 2002. The mega reserves of the Amazon Basin are probably the only conservation units that can sustain long-term viable populations.
The jaguarundi has short legs, an elongated body, and a long tail. The ears are short and rounded. The coat is without spots, uniform in colour, with, at most, a few faint markings on the face and underside. The coat can be either blackish to brownish-grey (grey morph) or foxy red to chestnut (red morph); individuals of both morphs can be born in the same litter. It has a length of 53 to 77 centimetres (21 to 30 inches) with a 31-to-60 cm-long tail (12-to-24 in), and weighs 3.5 to 9.1 kilograms (7.7 to 20.1 lb).
The two colour morphs were once thought to represent two distinct species: the grey one was called the jaguarundi and the red one was called the eyra.
The jaguarundi occurs from southern Texas and coastal Mexico in the north, through Central and South America east of the Andes, and as far south as northern Argentina. In 2015, it has also been recorded in Cerro Largo, Uruguay. Its habitat is lowland brush areas close to a source of running water, including dry thorn forest to wet grassland. While commonly inhabiting lowlands, it has been reported at elevations as high as 3,200 m (10,500 ft). Occasionally, it also occurs in dense tropical areas.
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welcha
Posted by welcha on 05/21/19 at 01:24 PM
magnificent
blueangels1015
Posted by blueangels1015 on 05/21/19 at 01:05 PM
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Uploaded By: blueangels1015
Date Uploaded: May 21, 2019
Filename: aroundi_Jaguarundi-.jpg
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