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A face to face meeting with a lion is a sobering experience and most are grateful for the glass that divides lions from humans at Werribee, where these powerful and impressive animals may be seen at very close range. To help fight species extinction, visit: www.zoo.org.au/adopt

A face to face meeting with a lion is a sobering experience and most are grateful for the glass that divides lions from humans at Werribee, where these powerful and impressive animals may be seen at very close range. To help fight species extinction, visit: www.zoo.org.au/adopt

Father and son lions, Masai Mara, Kenya - Notch was a great lion living in the Masai Mara Kenya, known to be an awesome father.

Father and son lions, Masai Mara, Kenya - Notch was a great lion living in the Masai Mara Kenya, known to be an awesome father.

Suricatos, característicos de la sabana africana. Caban túneles para protegerse de los depredadores y almacenar comida.

Suricatos, característicos de la sabana africana. Caban túneles para protegerse de los depredadores y almacenar comida.

Flat-headed cat caught by a wildlife camera in Tangkulap Forest Reserve, Sabah, Malaysia in March 2009, (CC-BY-SA) by Andreas Wilting et al.

Flat-headed cat caught by a wildlife camera in Tangkulap Forest Reserve, Sabah, Malaysia in March 2009, (CC-BY-SA) by Andreas Wilting et al.

"Calusa" Foto: National Geographic / Joel Sartore

Tierwelt: Die Letzten ihrer Art - WELT

Marbled Cats (Pardofelis marmorata) look like a small Clouded Leopard.  The Marbled Cat occurs in forest habitats throughout Southeast Asia, from south of the Himalayan foothills to Malaysia, Borneo and Sumatra. They are rarely seen in the wild but are thought to be a purely arboreal & probably most active in daylight. HB Length:45-62 cm Tail Length: 35-55 cm  Height: Approx. 28 cm  Weight: 2-5 kg

Marbled Cats (Pardofelis marmorata) look like a small Clouded Leopard. The Marbled Cat occurs in forest habitats throughout Southeast Asia, from south of the Himalayan foothills to Malaysia, Borneo and Sumatra. They are rarely seen in the wild but are thought to be a purely arboreal & probably most active in daylight. HB Length:45-62 cm Tail Length: 35-55 cm Height: Approx. 28 cm Weight: 2-5 kg

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