Question: What big cats are in Africa?

The cheetah, leopard and lion are the big cats in Africa. Cheetahs and leopards can be found throughout most of Africa in isolated populations. Cheetahs inhabit scrub forests and savannahs.

Can a jaguar kill a tiger?

And pound for pound, the bite of a jaguar is the most powerful of the big cats, even more than that of a tiger and a lion. The way they kill is different, too. Tigers and lions, and the other large cats, go for the necks or soft underbellies. Jaguars have only one way they kill: They go for the skull.

Are there black cats in Africa?

The black-footed cat (Felis nigripes), also called the small-spotted cat, is the smallest wild cat in Africa, having a head-and-body length of 35–52 cm (14–20 in). Despite its name, only the soles of its feet are black or dark brown.

Black-footed cat
Suborder: Feliformia
Family: Felidae
Subfamily: Felinae
Genus: Felis
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