Wild felid species present in North Africa.
|Caracal||Body length: 61–105 cm||Mauritania, Morocco,|||
|Caracal caracal Schreber, 1776||Height: 40–50 cm||Algeria, Tunisia, Libya,|
|Weight: 8–20 kg||Egypt|
|In captivity, average lifespan as long as 16 years|
|Chaus||Relatively short tail, long legs, big||Morocco, Algeria, Egypt|||
|Felis chaus Schreber, 1777||pointed ears|
|Sand cat||Weight: 2–3 kg||Morocco, Algeria,|||
|Felis margarita Loche, 1858||Living in arid areas with temperatures ranging from 0 °C to 58 °C||Tunisia, Libya, Egypt|
|Serval||Medium sized African cats||Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia|||
|Felis serval Schrever, 1776||Body length: approximately 60 cm|
|Weight: on average 14 kg|
|Average life in the wild is 10 years|
|African wildcat||Body length: 40–66 cm||Morocco, Algeria,|
|Felis silvestris lybica Forster, 1780||Tail length: 24–37 cm||Tunisia, Libya, Egypt|
|Weight: 2.4–6.4 kg|
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