Archive for the ‘Cats (Wild)’ Category

Save The Tiger

Tigers are beautiful animals, but are greatly endangered. There are only believed to be 3,200 tigers left in the wild and this number is continuing to fall. There are as few as 150 Bengla Tigers in Nepal. Many tiger species are classified as endangered, critically endangerd or near extinction due to poaching, hunting and habitat […]

September 25, 2010 · Maddia (Admin) · One Comment
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Wild Cats In Guernsey

On my recent trip to Guernsey (in the Channel Islands) I spotted what I believe to be a wild cat in the marshy parts near Cobo Bay beach. I was walking through the grassland when I saw movement ahead, slowing down I could see a cat, no bigger than a domestic pussycat. The animal blended […]

August 22, 2010 · Maddia (Admin) · Comments Closed
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Siberian Tigers

The Siberian tiger is one of nine recent sub-species of tiger, however three of these sub-species are now extinct. The scientific name for the Siberian tiger is ‘Panthera Tigris Altaica’. Over the centuries the parts of the world the Siberian tiger can be found in has decreased dramatically. They once could be found roaming through […]

July 22, 2010 · Maddia (Admin) · One Comment
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