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African mammals
Big cats leopard, ocelot, lynx, cougar, caracal, serval, cheetah, bobcat: sounds and pictures
Big cats online a collection of big cats and wild cat research materials for students at every level of education, a tip
Big cats rescue collection of rare and exotic cats. Here you will meet and learn all about lions, tigers and bearcats
Big cats on line the lion, tiger, leopard, snow leopard and jaguar: discover their distribution, natural history
Cat specialist group home page 36 species of wild cats in more than 50 countries
Hoofed mammal species ungulates, or hoofed mammals, comprise one of the most successful and diverse groups of large mammals alive today, having colonized nearly every habitat on all continents except Antarctica and Australia.  All ungulates are mammals (belonging to the Class Mammalia) - a group of warm-blooded (endothermic) animals distinguished from other organisms by the presence of milk-producing skin glands
Large mammals (biology)
Lioncrusher's Domain Information on wolves, hyenas, bears, big cats, wild cats, wild dogs, civets, mongooses and raccoons, carnivore, information, wild cat, wild dog, wolf, wolves, hyena, aardwolf, lion, tiger, cheetah, leopard, snow leopard, clouded leopard, cougar, mountain lion, puma, lynx, bobcat, serval, ocelot, margay, sand cat, caracal, bobcat, jaguarundi, african wild dog, bush dog, coyote, dhole, fox, jackal, maned wolf, raccoon dog, bear, panda, polar bear, black bear, brown bear, spectacled bear, sloth bear, sun bear, raccoon
Lion's den historical and biological information on lions and other big cats, the behavior, biology, and evolutionary history of several species of big cat
Mammal fact sheets
Mammals mammals are animals that have hair, are warm-blooded, and nourish their young with milk. Some modern-day mammals include people
Mammals all mammals share three characteristics not found in other animals: 3 middle ear bones; hair; and the production of milk by modified sweat glands called mammary glands
Mammals of the forest floor majority of ground dwelling animals are small to medium sized creatures that feed on fallen fruits and seeds, saplings, and small prey
Mammals of the world Mammals of the world
Mammals of the world pdf file
Mammals UK Artiodactyls (deer), Carnivores (foxes, wildcats and mustelids), Cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises), Chiroptera (bats) Insectivores (hedgehogs, moles, and shrews), Lagomorphs (rabbits and hares), Marsupials (wallabies and kangaroos), Pinnipeds (seals), Rodents (mice, rats and voles)
Rare, threatened and endangered mammals animals, antelope, ape, armadillo, bandicoot, bear, buffalo, carnivore, cat, civet, deer, density, dolphin, duiker, elephant, flying fox, fruit bat, gazelle, genet, gibbon, habitat, hare, kangaroo, lemur, lynx, mammals, marmot, marsupial, minimum, mink, monkey, mouse, nyala, orangutan, oryx, panda, porpoise, possum, prairie dog, rabbit, rare, rat, rhino, seal, sheep, shrew, snow leopard, species, squirrel, tamarin, tapir, threatened, viable, wallaby, whale, wild cattle, wildlife, wolf, wolves, zebra
Planet Earth
Primate center information on individual lemur species, largest colony of lemurs outside of Madagascar, black lemurs, blue eyed lemurs, brown lemurs, collared lemurs, Sanford's lemurs, white fronted lemurs, crowned lemurs, Mongoose lemurs
Small mammals (biology)
Vlaamse zoogdieren in Dutch
Wild cat conservation smaller 28 species of wild cat, endangered cats, extinction, wild cats, jaguar, mountain lion, caracal, ocelot, cat, bobcat, lynx, clouded leopard, leopard cat, felids, felidae
World's rarest mammals mammal species with published estimates of worldwide population about 1000 animals or less

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