Large cats, typically measuring 5 to 9 feet in length from nose to tail tip.
Their retractable claws are razor-sharp and are essential for catching and holding onto prey.
Scent-marking their territories with urine or feces and vocalizing with screams or purrs
Primarily nocturnal hunters, relying on stealth and ambush techniques to capture prey
Prefer habitats with cover, such as areas with dense foliage, rocky outcrops, and rugged terrain
Adaptable to various types of environments, including forests, shrublands, deserts, and mountainous regions
Require a mix of vegetation cover for hunting and hiding, as well as suitable prey populations