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greatcatsworldpark.com/cats-of-the-world/chinese-mountain-cat

The Chinese Mountain Cat resembles a large long-limbed domestic cat. The fur is light yellow-grey in winter, darkening to tawny or grey-brown in summer with pale rufous or yellow-white underparts. There are no strong markings except for a darkish, dorsal mid-line, and faint dark stripes, and blotches are often apparent on the lower limbs, sides ...

www.catster.com/the-scoop/chinese-mountain-cat

Little known to the outside world, the Chinese Mountain Cat is rare even in his homeland, where he is the only native wildcat. At 14 to 20 pounds, this species (Felis bieti) is similar in size to ...

infogalactic.com/info/Chinese_mountain_cat

The Chinese mountain cat (Felis bieti), also known as the Chinese desert cat and the Chinese steppe cat, is a wild cat of western China that has been classified as Vulnerable by IUCN since 2002, as the effective population size may be fewer than 10,000 mature breeding individuals.. It was classified as a wildcat subspecies in 2007, F. silvestris bieti, based on genetic analysis.

tibetnature.net/en/chinese-mountain-cat

The Chinese Mountain Cat inhabits alpine meadows, alpine scrub, and the edge of montane forests. The Cat is exclusive to the northeastern edge of the Tibetan Plateau, which falls in eastern Amdo. The Mountain Cat is most widespread in Qinghai province, but may also be found in northwestern Sichuan. The Cat’s habitat range includes the Serkhog ...

news.cgtn.com/news/2020-07-03/Chinese-mountain-cat-caught-on-camera-in-NW...

The Chinese mountain cats have a small population, and such a high encounter rate indicates that the density of the species is high in the Qinghai area of the Qilian Mountains National Park. (Cover image is a screenshot.) (If you want to contribute and have specific expertise, please contact us at nature@cgtn.com.) ...

www.theanimalfiles.com/mammals/carnivores/cat_chinese_mountain.html

Chinese Mountain Cats are endemic to China and they can be found in steppe, sparsely-wooded forests, shrublands, desert and mountain habitats in China at altitudes up to 4,000 m (13,120 ft). Diet Chinese Mountain Cats mainly feed on pikas and rodents, but they will also prey upon birds. Breeding

cougarhill.info/cats/chinesemountaincat.html

The Chinese Mountain Cat was known as the Chinese Desert Cat until 1992, when it had its name changed in Bejing by Chinese specialists, who argued that cats seen in the desert were misidentified Asian wildcats, and not Felis bieti. They have been reported living in the Daban and Datong mountains near Xining, at elevations ranging from 2800 m to ...

nextshark.com/chinese-mountain-cat

This is the first time a family of Chinese Mountain Cats (Felis bieti) has been filmed on video in the wild, according to CGTN.The animal is listed as a second-class protected wild animal in China ...

www.chattcatvet.com/chinesemountaincat.html

The Chinese mountain/desert cat is one of the least-known cats. Except for the colour of its fur, this cat resembles a European Wildcat. It has a stocky build, with relatively short legs. Its coat is pale grey-fawn in winter, somewhat darker brown in the summer, and marked with indistinct horizontal stripes on the sides and legs.

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/2007/08/rare-chinese-cat-captured-on-film

A photographer captures some long-awaited photos of the elusive Chinese mountain cat. A photographer captures some long-awaited photos of the elusive Chinese mountain cat. https://www ...