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Cats!

You probably know the big cats, like jaguars and tigers, but what about the little guys? Here's your chance to see all cats, big and small!
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Unlike many cats, Tigers don't mind the water! They are good swimmers and will often go into the water to cool off on hot days, escape insects or hunt their prey. 🐯 Sumatran Orangutan, Sumatran Tiger, Slash And Burn, Land Clearing, Best Swimmer, Asian Elephant, Header Photo, Aceh, Lowland
Tigers
Unlike many cats, Tigers don't mind the water! They are good swimmers and will often go into the water to cool off on hot days, escape insects or hunt their prey. 🐯
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Meet Geoffroy's Cat! Primarily nocturnal, these small wild cats are about the size of a domestic cat and lives in central and southern South America. They are found in a variety of habitat types, including savannas, wetlands and forests! 🐱 Small Wild Cats, Big Cats, Domestic Cat, Savanna, Jaguars, Wetland, South America, Habitats, Forests
Meet Geoffroy's Cat! Primarily nocturnal, these small wild cats are about the size of a domestic cat and lives in central and southern South America. They are found in a variety of habitat types, including savannas, wetlands and forests! 🐱
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
While adult Lions have a solid colored coat, babies are actually born with spots! These spots help camouflage young lions to keep them safe from predators, and fade as the lions grow older. Rainforest Trust is working to protect 4,625 acres of habitat in northern Kenya, home to Lions, African Elephants and Critically Endangered Black Rhinoceros. Click the image to support our work here today! ⁠ African Wild Dog, African Lion, African Elephant, Black Rhino Habitat, Rainforest Habitat, Mount Kenya, Forest Reserves, Tropical Forest, Wild Dogs
Lions
While adult Lions have a solid colored coat, babies are actually born with spots! These spots help camouflage young lions to keep them safe from predators, and fade as the lions grow older. Rainforest Trust is working to protect 4,625 acres of habitat in northern Kenya, home to Lions, African Elephants and Critically Endangered Black Rhinoceros. Click the image to support our work here today! ⁠
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Tigers are some of the most aquatic big cats! They are good swimmers and will often escape the heat of the day by bathing in lakes and rivers. 🐯 Animal Totem Spirit Guides, Tiger Spirit Animal, Your Spirit Animal, Nature Photography Animals, Safari Photography, Endangered Wildlife, Cat Species, Animal Totems
Tiger
Tigers are some of the most aquatic big cats! They are good swimmers and will often escape the heat of the day by bathing in lakes and rivers. 🐯
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
A male Lion's mane sends a strong message! This mane helps males to look more impressive to females and more intimidating to other males. Their mane also helps protect the male's head and neck against a rival's claws during fights with other males. 🦁 African Animals, Male Lion, Lion Mane
Lions
A male Lion's mane sends a strong message! This mane helps males to look more impressive to females and more intimidating to other males. Their mane also helps protect the male's head and neck against a rival's claws during fights with other males. 🦁
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Jaguars and black Jaguars look different, but they're still the same species! The black Jaguar's coloration is caused by melanism, the increased production of the dark-colored pigment melanin. If you look closely though, you can still see the spots on the Jaguar's dark coat! 🎃 Cute Baby Animals, Animals And Pets, Animals Wild, Funny Animals, Animals Photos, Nature Animals, Rainforest Animals, Beautiful Cats, Animals Beautiful
Black Jaguar
Jaguars and black Jaguars look different, but they're still the same species! The black Jaguar's coloration is caused by melanism, the increased production of the dark-colored pigment melanin. If you look closely though, you can still see the spots on the Jaguar's dark coat! 🎃
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
The fastest land animals in the world, #Cheetahs can accelerate from zero to 60 miles per hour in under three seconds! But this top speed can only be maintained for 300 yards or so, so when hunting, Cheetahs need to precisely time this burst of speed to make it count! Exotic Animals, Exotic Pets, Black Jaguar
Cheetah
The fastest land animals in the world, #Cheetahs can accelerate from zero to 60 miles per hour in under three seconds! But this top speed can only be maintained for 300 yards or so, so when hunting, Cheetahs need to precisely time this burst of speed to make it count!
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Today is International Leopard Day! 🐆 Found everywhere from rainforests to deserts, Leopards have one of the largest ranges of habitats of all big cats. But today, much of the Leopard's habitat across Africa and Asia has been lost and it is thought that only 25% of its historical global range remains. Click the image to take action to protect habitat for leopards and other wildlife today. Wild Animals Pictures, Animal Pictures, Leopard Habitat, Pygmy Elephant, Leopard Tattoos, Wild Animals Photography, Cat Reference
International Leopard Day
Today is International Leopard Day! 🐆 Found everywhere from rainforests to deserts, Leopards have one of the largest ranges of habitats of all big cats. But today, much of the Leopard's habitat across Africa and Asia has been lost and it is thought that only 25% of its historical global range remains. Click the image to take action to protect habitat for leopards and other wildlife today.
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Unlike domestic house cats, Jaguars don't mind the water! One of the most aquatic big cats, Jaguars are good swimmers and will even hunt fish, turtles and caiman in the water. 🐆 Majestic Animals, Amphibians, Mammals, Monkey Bay, River Turtle, Wildlife Conservation Society, Fossa
Jaguar
Unlike domestic house cats, Jaguars don't mind the water! One of the most aquatic big cats, Jaguars are good swimmers and will even hunt fish, turtles and caiman in the water. 🐆
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Unlike most house cats, Jaguars love the water! All the time they spend swimming and hunting in water makes them the most aquatic of all the big cats. 🐆 Species Extinction, Endangered Species, Indigenous Community, Water Sources, Felidae, Borneo
Jaguars
Unlike most house cats, Jaguars love the water! All the time they spend swimming and hunting in water makes them the most aquatic of all the big cats. 🐆
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
This Asian Golden Cat was spotted by a camera trap set by our partner WCS-India! These wild cats live primarily in forests from northeastern India to Southeast Asia. Indigenous Peoples, Biodiversity, Park City
Conservation Action Fund - Rainforest Trust Saves Rainforest
This Asian Golden Cat was spotted by a camera trap set by our partner WCS-India! These wild cats live primarily in forests from northeastern India to Southeast Asia.
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
This Jaguarundi was spotted by a camera trap in the forests of Colombia by our partner Corporación Salvamontes Colombia! Native to southern North America and South America, these cats are sometimes called "otter-cats" due to their otter-like body and tail.
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Check out this Puma, spotted in one of our project areas in Guatemala!   📷 Photo by Gabriel Urruela Guatemala, Gabriel, Panther, Puma, Spotted, Areas, Animals
Check out this Puma, spotted in one of our project areas in Guatemala! 📷 Photo by Gabriel Urruela
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Today is Black Cat Appreciation Day! Black panthers aren't their own species- the term refers to any big cat with a black coat. This black coat, which is most commonly seen in leopards and jaguars, is caused by a condition called melanism. Melanism doesn't just affect big cats- it's been documented in 11 species of wild cats so far! Baby Panther, Black Panther Cat, Black Jaguar Animal, Panther Pictures, Black Cat Appreciation Day, Baby Tigers, Leopard Art, Cute Wild Animals
Conservation Action Fund - Rainforest Trust Saves Rainforest
Today is Black Cat Appreciation Day! Black panthers aren't their own species- the term refers to any big cat with a black coat. This black coat, which is most commonly seen in leopards and jaguars, is caused by a condition called melanism. Melanism doesn't just affect big cats- it's been documented in 11 species of wild cats so far!
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust
Black Jaguars and Jaguars aren't different species- they just look different! The black Jaguar's darker coat is caused by a condition called melanism. But this black coat doesn't mean they don't have spots- they're just harder to see. Can you see the spots on this Jaguar?
Saving Indigenous Lands in the Amazon
Black Jaguars and Jaguars aren't different species- they just look different! The black Jaguar's darker coat is caused by a condition called melanism. But this black coat doesn't mean they don't have spots- they're just harder to see. Can you see the spots on this Jaguar?
Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust