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In honor of their chosen acrobatics, let’s see how tigers stack up: They’re the largest of any big cat Their roar can be heard for over a mile They hunt nocturnally The patterns on their coats help them hide from their prey There are six different species of tiger (some severely endangered) It has been estimated that there are as many as 10,000 tigers owned by private owners throughout the US Help put a stop to exotic animal ownership and leave these creatures a place in the wild by supporting Big Cat Rescue today!

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Geoffroy cats occupy a wide variety of habitats, from the pampas grasslands and arid Chaco shrub and woodlands, up to alpine saline deserts. It is absent from tropical rain forests, broad-leaved forests, and open areas. It occupies the same areas as the Pampas Cat, but the Geoffroy cats stick to dense ground cover which separates the two ecologically. Distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

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AdvoCat Aug 2014 – http://ift.tt/1nJthbx Meet Mickey the Cougar, our most recent rescue, and see how he is doing. Catch up on 6 new videos since our last AdvoCat. See what you can do for tigers like Tony, who is still languishing at the truck stop. Help us trample the trolls. 5 of the latest most shocking situations of big cat exploitation and ways you can make it stop. All this and more in the August 2014 AdvoCat Newsletter

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