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Jaguarundi ( Felis yagouaroundi):  Species: yagouaround Status: Threatened in U.S., Of International Concern.
About the size of a house cat, the Jaguarundi’s unique shape more closely resembles that of an otter or a weasel than that of another cat. Hence, its English common name is “otter cat.” Their bodies are long and low and supported by short legs. Their tails average about 20 inches. They have proportionally small heads, small ears, and narrow brown eyes. Their pelage (fur) is uniform in color, but ranges amongst individuals from black to brownish grey to red. Individuals inhabiting forested areas are usually darker, while those in more arid regions tend to be lighter.

Once common in North America, this wild cat is now severely threatened.
Info: saveamericasforests.org View high resolution

Jaguarundi ( Felis yagouaroundi):  Species: yagouaround
Status: Threatened in U.S., Of International Concern.

About the size of a house cat, the Jaguarundi’s unique shape more closely resembles that of an otter or a weasel than that of another cat. Hence, its English common name is “otter cat.” Their bodies are long and low and supported by short legs. Their tails average about 20 inches. They have proportionally small heads, small ears, and narrow brown eyes. Their pelage (fur) is uniform in color, but ranges amongst individuals from black to brownish grey to red. Individuals inhabiting forested areas are usually darker, while those in more arid regions tend to be lighter.

Once common in North America, this wild cat is now severely threatened.

Info: saveamericasforests.org

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    Wow. I didn’t know their natural habitat spread into the US. I thought they were just in Central and South America....
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