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Comparing Cats: A Discussion of Similarities & Differences

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United States tigerluver Offline
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@Betty, attached is the paper you requested!

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I'm interested in the different feeding habits of the Pantherine cats. We know that tigers almost always consume the rear hindquarters of their prey and jaguars eat the chest and neck of their prey but what about for leopards and lions? What are their preferences? The snow leopard seems similar to the jaguar in that it predominantly eat the chest region.

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