By: Carolyn Sidelinger and Maddie Bryant
Felines have Bilateral Symmetry, warm blooded, claws, hair, and are carnivores.
Flat-Headed Cat is the most common name for this feline. The scientific name is Felis Planiceps. Their weight averages around 12-18 pounds. Their head and body combined are 22 inches long and they are 7 inches tall. They only have one subspecies which means that they have a group of related animals that are smaller than them. They are endangered. There are less then 10,000 of Flat-Headed Cats in the world.
Bornean Bay Cat
The most common name for a Bornean Bay Cat is Bay Cat and Bornean Red Cat. Their scientific name is Felis [Pardofelis] Badia. They usually average around 5 pounds, are 20 inches long, and and 15 inches tall. They only have one subspecies. They are endangered with less than 50 in the world.
Iriomote Cat is the most common name for this cat. Their scientific name is Felis [Mayailurus] Iriomotensis. They weigh around 12 pounds, are 32 inches long, and are 8 inches tall. They have 1 subspecies. They are endangered with less than 50 of them left around the world.
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