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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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2011) and Gomez-Ortiz and Monroy-Vilchis (2013) obtained similar results about foraging decisions of felids in forested mountains of central Mexico.
Our study confirmed the suspicion that sooted track stations can underestimate detection of some mammalian predators, particularly canids and felids (Heske 1995, Gompper et al.
As the clouded leopard is a predominantly nocturnal felid we have started night acclimatization," Choudhury said.
The felid purr: a bio-mechanical healing mechanism.
Measurement of thyroid hormones (thyroxine, triiodothyronine) in captive nondomestic felids.
In addition, many people have emotional attachment to felids and emotional attachments to objects tend to increase their value.
Specific topics include: prediction of habitat suitability for ticks, anthropogenic effects on changing Q fever epidemiology in Russia, Bartonella infection in domestic cats and wild felids, and evaluation of a real-time PCR assay to detect Coxiella burnetii.
Several species of wild ursids, felids, and canids together consitute the predator fauna for Northern Hemisphere ungulates.
Each village maintained large flocks of sheep that were cropped for wool in addition to cultivating large communal cotton felids.
They have found little dietary overlap between ocelots and similar-sized non-felids, and apparent partitioning of prey based on body size between ocelots and other felid species.
Thamudic imagery at Jubbah also includes ibex and other species of goat, felids, ostrich, human figures, horse riders and palm trees (Parr et al.