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  • 1. Big Cats By: Rayshon Harrell and Angelina Mang
  • 2. Africa
    • Where the lion lives and its habitat, and a habitat to many other animals.
  • 3. Big
    • Every species of Big Cats
    • have different body sizes.
  • 4. Care
    • Big Cats
    • care for
    • their young.
  • 5. Domestic
    • Domestic
    • cats
    • or house
    • cats
    • are
    • Relate to
    • big cats.
  • 6. Endangered
    • The Ocelot
    • is a Big Cat
    • that is endangered..
  • 7. Felidae
    • The species classification
    • of big cats
    • is Felidae.
  • 8. Grassland
    • The Jaguar lives in a grassland.
  • 9. Hunters
    • Big Cats hunt animals like Impala..
  • 10. Impala
    • An animal which a Cheetah preys on.
  • 11. Jaguars
    • Jaguars are the 3 rd largest Big Cat.
  • 12. King-Lion
    • Lions are the king of the Jungle.
  • 13. Leopard
    • Leopards eat Apes, Impala, Baboons, Fish.
  • 14. Mountain-Lion
    • Mountain Lions were moved to the west of North America because of hunting.
  • 15. New Mexico
    • Some Big cats are found in New Mexico.
  • 16. Order- Carnivora
    • Carnivora means all most Big Cats are meat eaters.
  • 17. Phylum- Chordata
    • The Phylum of Big Cats is Chordata.
  • 18. Retractable Claws
    • Their Claws are retractable.
  • 19. Quick
    • The Cheetah is the quickest Big Cat ever.
  • 20. Savanna
    • Most Big Cats are found in Savannas.
  • 21. Tear Marks
    • Tear Marks are found on Cheetah to help their eyes.