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Every big cat boasts extraordinary powers. From extreme speed to bone crushing bites, big cats are some of the most impressive predators on the planet.

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How Jaguars Survived the Ice Age
While others were driven into extinction this big cat managed to survive.
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Our Most Stunning Pictures of Big Cats
See National Geographic's most beautiful portraits of wild felines
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Australian Group Accuses Tiger Temple Of Supplying Black Market
New report from a Australian nonprofit organisation alleges that monks in Thailand have been speed breeding big cats for the illegal market.
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How Do Scientists Collar Wild Animals?
If you think your job is nerve-wracking, try putting a collar on a mountain lion.
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Adorable Mountain Lion Kittens Found Near Los Angeles
Biologists are anxious to know who fathered the blue-eyed youngsters
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Tigers
Tigers are largest members of the cat family with distinctive reddish coats with white and black markings that are used for camouflage. The coats are unique to each animal – no two tigers have the same markings.
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Snow Leopards
These rare, beautiful gray leopards live in the mountains of Central Asia.
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Lions
The lion, scientific name Panthero leo, is known as the king of the jungle, with amazing beauty and strength.
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Leopards
Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats closely related to lions, tigers, and jaguars.
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Jaguars
The jaguar, scientific name Panthera onco, is the largest of the big cats of South America and the third largest in the world.

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