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Caracal Cat

Written By macky on Sunday, March 13, 2011 | 10:46 AM

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Caracal
Caracal has a typical appearance of North America, this cat is growing well, and living in the west to Asia to Africa. This cat grows about three feet long, so classified as a small cat. Caracal survived by hunting, as well as other wild cats, therefore hidp caracal prefer rocky areas and shrubs such as mountain or prairie area, making it easier to ambush prey. they are very rarely seen because hiding for caracal stalking prey but still there are many wild population, and caracal well as pets. caracal lifetime can reach 12 - 17 years.
Caracal cat has a slender body type, but muscular, with long legs and short tail, so caracal can move very quickly when ambushed ambush prey such as birds or paralyze a venomous snake. Type males typically weigh 13 to 18 kg, and the females weigh about 11 kg mimiliki. Caracal has a length of about 65-90 inches, tail length ranges from 30 centimeters.
Caracal have varying hair colors such as wine-red, gray, or black sand. Young caracal has reddish spots on the bottom. While adults do not have a sign except for black spots above the eyes and small white patches around the eyes and nose.
As generally animals that live wild, they have their own territories within a certain radius, for their power radius caracal averaging 19 to 220 square kilometres. Caracal would make marriage almost every year, but most meals are plentiful, so as to raise a child with enough food to become the next generation.

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Caracal
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Caracal Face
when he was angry

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Caracal Face An Exciting
look at the fur on his ears

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Caracal in forest
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