Jungle Cats (Felis chaus)

JUNGLE CAT, Reed cat or Swamp cat.lives in the swamps and wetlands of China, the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East and central and southeastern Asia.stands 14 inches at shoulder and weighs pounds.a head-and-body length of 23 - 30 inches

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The jungle cat is also known as the swamp cat and the jungle lynx, but it is not related to the lynx family. The jungle cat is not endangered.  Its range extends throughout Asia and India all the way to Egypt, though its population is declining in the latter country and in southern Asia.

Jungle Cat The jungle cat is also known as the swamp cat and the jungle lynx, but it is not related to the lynx family.The jungle cat is not endangered. Feline of the Month - the Jungle Cat!

Gorgeous jungle cat (Felix chaus) photo from Jungle Kingdom Cattery. Jungle cats are the largest species in the Felix genera (same one as domestic cats). In winter, they'll often develop ear tufts like this one. Hybrids of jungle cats and domestic cats are called Chausies and not considered suitable as pets until F5 generation.

Rambo, the jungle cat. The jungle cat (Felis chaus) is a medium-sized cat native to Asia from southern China in the east through Southeast and Central Asia to the Nile Valley in the west.

This is a Jungle Cat common in Asia and India.   They resemble a Lynx because of their tufts of hair above the ears but Jungle Cats are not related to Lynx. They are known to swim short distances.

Jungle Cat::Common in Asia/India. These cats resemble a Lynx w/the tufts of hair on their ears, but are not related. Known to swim short distances.

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The jungle cat (Felis chaus) is a medium-sized cat native to Asia from southern China in the east through Southeast and Central Asia to the Nile Valley in the west. Weight ranges 6 to 35 lbs.  Cat breeders have been able to hybridize jungle cats with certain domestic cats, producing such breeds as the "chausie" (Jungle cat × domestic cat) and the "jungle bob" (Jungle cat x pixie bob).

Jungle (reed, swamp) cat - difficult to domesticate, but has been hybridized with domestic cats.

Jungle Cat (Felis chaus)

Jungle Cat (Felis chaus)

❧ Wild cats - Les félins ❧ This is a jungle cat, reed cat or also called a swamp cat. Found in CHINA.

The jungle cat (Felis chaus), also called reed cat and swamp cat, is a medium-sized cat native to Asia.

The jungle cat (Felis chaus) is a medium-sized cat native to Asia from southern China in the east through Southeast and Central Asia to the Nile Valley in the west.

The jungle cat (Felis chaus) is a medium-sized cat native to Asia from southern China in the east through Southeast and Central Asia to the Nile Valley in the west.

Jungle Cat (Felis chaus)  Although Felis chaus is commonly known as the Swamp Lynx, this cat is not actually a member of the Lynx family. The Jungle cat has distinctively long legs and tufts on the end of its ears. It stands about 36cm tall and ranges from 50cm to 90cm long.

The jungle cat (Felis chaus) is a medium-sized cat native to Asia from southern China in the east through Southeast and Central Asia to the Nile Valley in the west. Can I hug you?

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