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Felidae

[′fel·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The cats and saber-toothed cats, a family of mammals in the superfamily Feloidea.
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The researchers used high-resolution X-ray computed tomography (CT) to scan the skulls of 21 felid specimens, including seven modern cheetahs from distinct populations, a closely related extinct cheetah that lived in the Pleistocene between about 2.
This new information could help to maximize the use of frozen semen in endangered felids or high value domestic cats for its subsequent application on in vitro fertilization and artificial insemination.
The high population density of species considered endangered by Mexican law-for example, the felids L.
The desirability of lions in the eyes of colonial and princely hunters, however, was not simply one of inscribing meanings upon felids.
In Georgia, these predators include domestic dogs and cats, and native canids, felids, weasels, hawks, and snakes.
Overall, researchers concentrate on primates and a few other groups of species (Davey, 2007), but the effect of the visitor number on the display of pacing by large felids remains poorly addressed.
KUWAIT, March 19 (KUNA) -- The Mexican Government is ready to develop and strengthen bilateral relations with Kuwait in various felids, especially the security domain, Head of Government of Mexico's Federal District, Mayor of Mexico City, Dr.
The number of reports on neoplasms in exotic felids is continuously rising, particularly due to an increase in longevity in captive animals [1].
Identifying potential conservation areas for felids in the USA and Mexico: integrating reliable knowledge across an international border.
striata, a natural parasites of wild felids, including feral cats and bobcats.