The relatives of the domestic house cat include some of the planet's most efficient predators. The 40 species in the feline family have adapted to life in a range of habitats, from the grasslands of Africa to the cold forests of Canada.
America, the solitary bobcat is so named because of its short black, white-tipped tail. Learn more
The jaguar is the largest feline in the Americas, its range once included the Southern United States. Learn more
Often competing with lions for prey the leopard uses trees for refuge and to store its meals. Learn more
The "King of the Jungle" is in fact a creature of the African grasslands and savannas. Learn more
The most distinctive features of the lynx are its tufted ears and cheeks and short tail, only 1.5 to 3 inches long. Learn more
Also known as cougar or mountain lion, the puma stalks a wide range of habitats from Canada to South America. Learn more