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Jan 19, 2024

[Answer] 3. The largest of the cat species can reach eleven feet in length, and have canines up to four inches long. Which of these cats might be found cooling off in a pool during the hottest days?

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...1. tiger 2. leopard 3. serval 4. jaguar Though three of the tiger subspecies (Bali, Caspian and Javan) are extinct, there are six other subspecies that are currently listed as endangered. Though they once lived from Turkey to the east of Russia, their habitat is now severely reduced. The distinctive stripes are found not only in fur coloration, but should a tiger be shaved, they are also found on the skin. A tiger's stripes are unique and can be used to identify and track individual tigers.




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tiger:


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