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Fox? Cats? Nope, they're Caracal kittens!

Fox? Cats? Nope, they're Caracal kittens!

Caracal Kittens Look, Pokémon babies! No, just kidding. These are kittens of the caracal cat, also known as the desert lynx.

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Caracal / Desert Lynx (Caracal caracal) - Tiny little kitten by Andreas Jansrud

The Oregon Zoo’s caracal kittens aren’t on public display, but they appear ready for their close-ups.  Photo by Michael Durham/Oregon Zoo

The Oregon Zoo’s caracal kittens aren’t on public display, but they appear ready for their close-ups. Photo by Michael Durham/Oregon Zoo (This is Micah)

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Caracals can survive without drinking for a long period—their water demand is satisfied with the body fluids of prey. Caracal drinking (by Sebastien Campion)

The name caracal comes from the Turkish word ‘karakalak’ which means ‘a black ear.’ It is a medium-sized animal native to the deserts and savannahs of Africa, Central Asia, the Arabian Peninsula and the Caspian Sea coast.

Important Facts About Caracal Pet You Need To Know

gorgeous- Caracal (Caracal caracal) sometimes called desert lynx But NOT amember of the lynx family.

A lovely caracal family. The caracal, also known as the desert lynx, is a wild cat widely distributed across Africa, central Asia, and southwest Asia into India.

The name caracal comes from the Turkish word ‘karakalak’ which means ‘a black ear.’ It is a medium-sized animal native to the deserts and savannahs of Africa, Central Asia, the Arabian Peninsula and the Caspian Sea coast.

Important Facts About Caracal Pet You Need To Know

Meet the Caracals Do you love cats? If the answer is yes, you are going to fall in love with this cat species, Caracals, that are likely to be the cutest cat species ever! If the answer is no, these cats will change it and you& start liking cats!

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Funny pictures about Tiny Newborn Baby Lion. Oh, and cool pics about Tiny Newborn Baby Lion. Also, Tiny Newborn Baby Lion photos.

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