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felids

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Measurement of thyroid hormones (thyroxine, triiodothyronine) in captive nondomestic felids.
The Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) is one of the most widely distributed felid species in the world.
They have found little dietary overlap between ocelots and similar-sized non-felids, and apparent partitioning of prey based on body size between ocelots and other felid species.
Using captive large felid populations to restore wild populations, as presented by Hunter (1996) and Christie & Seidensticker (1999) and experiences from LVR, offer a strategy for re-establishing South China tigers in China.
1) are aurochs, deer, equid, boar, cranes or large birds, bear, felid (lion or leopard) and dogs or wolves seen together (Russell & Meece 2006: 212-14).
The preservation of this felid diversity requires detailed knowledge about the true extent of sympatry and implies answering theoretical questions about niche overlap and segregation (Johnson et al.
Apart from occasional conservation surveys, there have been no initiatives to study this elusive and secretive arboreal felid.
A team of Turkish researchers had been tracking from the Pokut Plateau onto Hazidag Mountain in the Kackar Range what they assumed to be a leopard, but was unsuccessful in sighting the felid (Gulas 2003).
The dearth of large carnivores in Australia is unlikely to be a concomitant of marsupiality; there were several large felid (Thylacosmilidae) and canid (Borhyaenidae) analogues in Pleistocene South America (Marshall 1976; 1978) who survived successfully until the formation of the Panamanian landbridge admitted placental carnivores from North America with whom they were unable to compete (Turnbull 1978; Marshall et al.
The technique also indicates the use of some form of felid (e.
A much rarer felid still calls Anatolia's Black Sea and Taurus Ranges home.
Frequently, people who claim to have spotted a large felid either inform the DNR too long after the a sighting or sign, or the supposed cat turns out to be another large mammal, such as a deer or wolf (Minzey 2000, pets.