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Siberian tigers are the largest of the big cats and can reach over 3 metres long, from nose to tail. They have adapted to life in frozen landscapes, thousands of miles away from their cousins in India, China and Indonesia.

Siberian tigers are the largest of the big cats and can reach over 3 metres long, from nose to tail. They have adapted to life in frozen landscapes, thousands of miles away from their cousins in India, China and Indonesia.

Baby sand cat kitten parken zoo 1 - Sand Cats are endangered species of desert cat from North Africa and the Middle East. Repopulation efforts are ongoing but have failed in Israel thus far.

Baby sand cat kitten parken zoo 1 - Sand Cats are endangered species of desert cat from North Africa and the Middle East. Repopulation efforts are ongoing but have failed in Israel thus far.

Clouded Leopard

Clouded Leopard

Madagascar is the only place where lemurs live in the wild, having evolved separately from their cousins, the African ape, over millions of years

Madagascar is the only place where lemurs live in the wild, having evolved separately from their cousins, the African ape, over millions of years

12-week-old spotted quolls. Rather than posing for a nice family photo, the naughty siblings seemed more eager to land a paw on one another. Despite their small stature the carnivores, who are a lesser known cousin of the Tasmanian Devil, are aggressive by nature and are inclined to attack whatever crosses their path - even if that is a sibling. Quoll numbers in Australia had dwindled due to habitat destruction, poisoning and foxes and cats attacking and spreading diseases. Picture: Jay Town

12-week-old spotted quolls. Rather than posing for a nice family photo, the naughty siblings seemed more eager to land a paw on one another. Despite their small stature the carnivores, who are a lesser known cousin of the Tasmanian Devil, are aggressive by nature and are inclined to attack whatever crosses their path - even if that is a sibling. Quoll numbers in Australia had dwindled due to habitat destruction, poisoning and foxes and cats attacking and spreading diseases. Picture: Jay Town

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