Mammals of the Soviet Union, Volume 2 Part 2 Carnivora (Hyenas and Cats)
V. G. Heptner
BRILL, 1992 - Nature - 784 pages
teachers and students of faculties of biology and geography in universities, as well as pedagogic, agricultural, and forest institutes, similar organizations, workers engaged in game, fur, forest and fish trades, those interested in the conservation of nature, and all persons interested in zoology and nature study.
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Genus Uncia Gray 1854 Snow Leopard
Genus Felis Linnaeus 1758 Small Cats
Felis Felis chaus Giildenstaedt 1776
Felis Felis silvestris Schreber 1777
B Group libyca Steppe Wildcats
Felis Lynx caracal Schreber 1776
Genus Acinonyx Brookes 1828
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