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Baby Barbary lion (Panthera leo, lev berbersky) from ZOO Olomouc, Czech republic :aww:



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Name: Barbary Lion (Panthera leo leo)
Location: FORMERLY North Africa from Morocco to Egypt, now only ZOOs
Size: 280 cm long body + 90 cm tail (male) weight: 295 kg (male)
Diet: carnivora
Conservation status: Exctinct in the wild
Interesting facts: Barbery lion is exctinc species, or at least exctinct in the wild | the only Barbary lions live in ZOOs – they are descendats of the Barbaby lions from Marocan menagerie.

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Baby Caracal (Caracal caracal, karakal) from ZOO Jihlava, Czech republic :aww:


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Name: Caracal (caracal caracal)
Location: bushes from India to South Africa
Size: 65 cm long body + 30 cm long tail weight: 18 kg
Diet: hyrax, hares, smaller antelopes, rodents, birds
Conservation status: Least Concern
Interesting facts: word “caracal“ has its origin in Turkish words, which mean “black ear“ | caracal is relative to lynx | caracal can survive long time without water, using only liquid from its preys | caracal usually hunts during night or during colder day | mother gives birth to two cubs, she moves them very often to new places to protect them from predators | caracal can run very fast. They also hide their prey on the trees as leopards do | caracal used to be domesticated

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Suma and Dustin (19 years old!), female and male Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae, tygr sumatersky) from ZOO Jihlava, Czech republic :aww:

They did not seem to like snow XD

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Name: Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae)
Location: Sumatra
Size: 1,8 m long body + 0,8 m tail, 0,9 m high weight: 180 kg
Diet: deers, boars, elks, birds, tapirs
Conservation status: Critically Endangered
Interesting facts: Sumatran tigers do not live in groups. Every tiger has its own territory and cats meet only to mate. Only female then take care of 2-4 kittens. Father does not look after his babies. Other males can kill the cubs, so mother must be very careful and she looks for her cubs until they are 2 years old | Sumatran tiger is the smallestt of all tiger subspecies | there are only some 400 - 600 Sumatran tigers living in the wild | Sumatran tigers swim very well and fast | they are threatened by hunters who kill them for their amazing wonderful fur
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This is the house that angry built.

Serval. Taken at Cat Survival Trust, Hertfordshire.
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Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae, tygr sumatersky) from ZOO Brno, Czech republic :aww:

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INFO ABOUT THE ANIMAL:

Name: Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae)
Location: Sumatra
Size: 1,8 m long body + 0,8 m tail, 0,9 m high weight: 180 kg
Diet: deers, boars, elks, birds, tapirs
Conservation status: Critically Endangered
Interesting facts: Sumatran tigers do not live in groups. Every tiger has its own territory and cats meet only to mate. Only female then take care of 2-4 kittens. Father does not look after his babies. Other males can kill the cubs, so mother must be very careful and she looks for her cubs until they are 2 years old | Sumatran tiger is the smallestt of all tiger subspecies | there are only some 400 - 600 Sumatran tigers living in the wild | Sumatran tigers swim very well and fast | they are threatened by hunters who kill them for their amazing wonderful fur
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I think she wanted to eat me. I was really scary. But I'm happy that I'm alive and can share this intense portrait of a sinister female lion with you :) Hope you like it.
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Story: There were 3 tigers, a father with his two kids... The mom had passed away while given birth to the two cubs... The father managed to take care of his cubs on his own, this is unique, both in nature or in zoo...

I just fell in love tith this tiger... He walked towards me and stared me right in the eye :love:
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Fennec foxes (vulpes zerda, fenek berbersky) from Zoo Olomouc, Czech republic.

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Name: Fennec fox (Vulpes zerda or fennecus zerda)
Location: Sahara Desert - North Africa and Sinai
Size: 40 cm long body + 25 cm long tail weight: 1,5 kg
Diet: rodents, insects, birds, eggs, desert vegetation (fruit, roots, berries)
Conservation status: Least Concern
Interesting facts: female fox gives birth to 2-5 kits and both parents then take care of the babies: mother does not allow the male to come closer to cubs, but the male still brings her some food | fennec foxes use their huge ears for good hearing and also for thermoregulation! | fennec foxes have fur on their paws, so they can run on hot sand | fennec foxes have black tips on their tails | fennec foxes are mostly active during night | fennec fox is said to be the only species of fox, which can be kept as real domestical pet | fennec foxes are surprisingly swift, as they can run fast and jump very hight | fennec foxes are the smallest species of all foxes | chihuahuas (dogs) are NOT related to fennec foxes, athough some people think so!
ZOO: in the Czech republic, fennec fox is kept in ZOO Prague, ZOO Olomouc and ZOO Dvur Kralove nad Labem.

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Sri Lankan leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya, levhart cejlonsky) from ZOO Jihlava, Czech republic ;)


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Name: Sri Lankan leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya)
Location: Sri Lanka
Size: 170 cm long, 100 cm long tail, 70 cm high weight: 50-80 kg
Diet: small mammals, birds, reptiles as well as larger animals, especially Axis or spotted deer. Leopards hunt also sambar, barking deer, wild boar and monkeys.
Conservation status: Endangered (700 – 950 animals in the wild)
Interesting facts: female usually gives birth to two cubs | leopards live usually 10 years | Sri Lankan leopard is one of the biggest leopard subspecies | there are only some 60 Sri Lanka leopards in the World’s ZOOs | Sri Lanka leopards only rarely hide their prey on the tree

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