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Caracal Cat

Caracal Cat - animal, cats, caracal cat, animals
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Sometimes called the Desert Lynx because of the arid, scrubby areas that it inhabits, the Caracal is usually reddish brown, with a white chin, throat, belly, and a narrow black band from the eye to the nose.
Its distinctive pointed ears are black on the outside, and have long black tufts.
The Caracal is well known for its ability to spring vertically and " bat" flying birds with its paws, often leaping as high as 10ft (3m). Largely nocturnal, this cat climbs and jumps well and is also believed to be the fastest feline of its size. It stalks and kills its prey after a quick dash or leap.
The Caracal is territorial and marks its home range with urine. Usually solitary, it sometimes forms small groups, comprising adults and young. It makes its dens in porcupine burrows, rocky crevices, or dense vegetation.
Despite its ferocious appearance, the Caracal is easily tamed and is sometimes used to assist hunters in India and Iran.

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Sometimes called the Desert Lynx because of the arid, scrubby areas that it inhabits, the Caracal is usually reddish brown, with a white chin, throat, belly, and a narrow black band from the eye to the nose.
Its distinctive pointed ears are black on the outside, and have long black tufts.
The Caracal is well known for its ability to spring vertically and " bat" flying birds with its paws, often leaping as high as 10ft (3m). Largely nocturnal, this cat climbs and jumps well and is also believed to be the fastest feline of its size. It stalks and kills its prey after a quick dash or leap.
The Caracal is territorial and marks its home range with urine. Usually solitary, it sometimes forms small groups, comprising adults and young. It makes its dens in porcupine burrows, rocky crevices, or dense vegetation.
Despite its ferocious appearance, the Caracal is easily tamed and is sometimes used to assist hunters in India and Iran.

Rating: 4.5

Wallpaper Comments (9)

Alhana
Posted by Alhana on 10/22/11 at 09:10 AM
Wow.. beautiful cat.
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caramelie
Posted by caramelie on 09/26/11 at 06:58 AM
OMG! I'm pretty scared! fav+1
Talana
Posted by Talana on 09/24/11 at 05:17 PM
and who dared take this photo ????Very Brave !!!:) beautiful Kitty :) :) :)
Grizzly65
Posted by Grizzly65 on 09/24/11 at 03:52 PM
This is a fantastic shot!! :)f+1
ramyadevims
Posted by ramyadevims on 09/24/11 at 08:43 AM
This fella really hate the photographer;):D
decadurian
Posted by decadurian on 09/24/11 at 06:26 AM
Wow, fierce looking kitty! Love the information too! :)
immoral
Posted by immoral on 09/24/11 at 05:28 AM
Great pic, nice info
chef1ne
Posted by chef1ne on 09/24/11 at 03:37 AM
very nice one fav+1D:)
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Total Downloads: 524
Times Favorited: 12
Uploaded By: Jackii
Date Uploaded: September 24, 2011
Filename: caracal_4.jpg
Original Resolution: 1200x1080
File Size: 204.01KB
Category: Cats

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