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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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Activity schedules of each felid species were very similar between the dry and rainforests with coefficients of overlap of 0.84 (CI: 0.83-0.99) for jaguars, 0.79 (CI: 0.69-0.89) for pumas and 0.83 (CI: 0.78-0.93) for ocelots.
Few studies have been published on felid personality, and most focus on domestic cats [7,10,15].
Different models have been introduced to felid enclosures, varying from novel food items or olfactory stimuli (Mellen and Shepherdson, 1997; McPhee, 2006; Bashaw et al., 2003; Wells and Egli, 2004; Skibiel et al., 2007; Quirke and O'Riordan, 2011; Resende et al., 2011) to objects or physical toys (Moreira et al., 2007).
As per details, Farzand Ali a residents of Muhalla Razaabad let loose his horse in maze felid of Mohammad Aslam Gujjar a resident of same locality.
A seasoned professional in the real estate management and financial felid, Zammit previously held the position of vice president, accounts receivable supervisor prior to his promotion.
The tiger (Panthera tigris Linnaeus 1758) the largest felid species and a widely recognized symbol of wildlife conservation is one of the world's most endangered species (Cho et al.
The exhibition is being held with the participation of 70 famous international and domestic brands who are displaying the latest jewelry designs after its success in Riyadh last week with the aim to help the growth of the industry and felid.
Recently, the [PGF.sub.2[alpha]] inactive metabolite 13, 14-dihydro-15-keto prostaglandin [F.sub.2[alpha]] (PGFM), measured in the feces, was shown to be a precise pregnancy indicator in several felid species, including the domestic cat, during the last trimester of gestation [14].
Dr Robin Allaby took 45 samples in total, from the wounds of the deer carcasses with the aim of testing specifically for DNA from the saliva of any canid (for instance dog or fox) or felid (cat) species which had killed or scavenged from the deer.
Dr Allaby took 45 samples from the wounds of the deer carcasses with the aim of testing specifically for DNA from the saliva of any canid, (for instance dog or fox), or felid (cat) species which had killed, or scavenged from the deer.