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  • Chelsie Oldham

    Wild marbled cats are going extinct

  • Paul Meyers

    The marbled cat (Pardofelis marmorata) is a small wild cat of South and Southeast Asia. The marbled cat is similar in size to a domestic cat, with a more thickly furred tail (which may be longer than the body), showing adaptation to its arboreal life-style, where the tail is used as a counterbalance. Marbled cats range from 18 to 24" in head-body length, with a 14 to 22 in tail. Recorded weights vary between (4.4 and 11 lb.

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