mountain cat


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mountain cat

any of various wild feline mammals, such as the bobcat, lynx, or puma
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Andean mountain cat, Oreailurus jacobita: morphological description and comparison with other felines from the altiplano.
You're still a long bus ride, two more flights and a turbulent ferry jaunt from reaching the only spot in the world--a far-flung island in southern Japan's Yaeyama group--where an observer can spot a wild yamaneko, or mountain cat.
Like the cougars he slays (both of the human female variety and the NorCal mountain cat kind), Z's lines are fast and deadly.
Using a long, thick tail for warmth and balance, the elusive, solitary ANDEAN MOUNTAIN CAT (Oreailurus jacobita) easily maneuvers around rock), deserts high ill the Andes of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru in South America.
Berry is the only Mew Mew to have two animal genes in her, rabbit and mountain cat, which explains the bunny ears and cat tail, and also her craving for carrots.
This Wayne was nicked Red-handed, like to an errant mountain cat that does not see the subtle hunter's net And strays too close.
Although his physicality is much different from Feore's -- he moves like a prowling mountain cat, while Feore is more like a graceful gazelle -- he brings an emotional depth to Theo that underscores his fraternal relationship.
Yamaneko, Japanese for ''mountain cat,'' is the common name for the small- and medium-sized wildcats of the family Felidae.
The lineup of its snowmobiles -- including the Thunder Cat and Mountain Cat high performance, ZL, EXT and Cougar trail performance lines, along with several others--outperforms and outhandles the competition thanks to superior power-to-weight ratios, exclusive AWS double-wish-bone front suspensions, and Fas Track Long-Travel rear suspensions.
The Texan ocelot, a species of mountain cat, is wildly attracted to Calvin Klein's Obsession cologne, claim Dallas Zoo researchers.
A mountain cat hangs from the ceiling while the huge room is festooned with fur coats, rugs and coverlets.
NOVEMBER 2007: A large black "mountain cat" is spotted prowling the hills overlooking Waunlwyd, near Ebbw Vale.