The Sumatran tiger is classed as critically endangered. It is one of the smallest subspecies of tiger.
The Sumatran tiger's coat is very dark and its stripes often break into a cluster of spots. These small spots can be found on their back, flank and hind legs.
The scientific name of the Sumatran tiger is Panthera tigris sumatrea.
The Eurasian Lynx, is easily recognisable by its long legs, short tail and pointed ears. They will soon be reintroduced into Luxembourg.
The colour of its coat varies from creamy white to dark brown. Small black spots can be full spots or rosettes. The Eurasian lynx has a particularly dense coat, notably on the back.
The scientific name of the Eurasian lynx is Lynx Lynx.
The wildcat is a small feline which lives in Europe, western Asia and Africa
There are many subspecies of wildcat. Usually wildcats have a brown coat with black stripes.
The wildcat is a species of feline of the Felidae family.
Felids, or felines, share many of the same characteristics. They have fewer teeth than other animals, and their jaw can only move vertically. They have retractable claws used to inflict wounds and excellent night vision.
They are hunters at heart, eating a carnivorous diet, and are highly adept at running and jumping.