Lions are the only big cats that live in groups called prides. They are known for their distinctive manes and are often referred to as the "king of the jungle."
Tigers are the largest of all cat species and come in various subspecies, such as the Bengal tiger, Siberian tiger, and Sumatran tiger.
Leopards are known for their spotted coats and adaptability to various habitats, including forests and savannas.
Jaguars are native to the Americas and are known for their powerful build and striking rosette patterns on their coats.
Cheetahs are known for their incredible speed and distinctive black "tear tracks" under their eyes.
Snow leopards inhabit the mountainous regions of Central and South Asia. They have thick fur and are well-adapted to cold climates.
Also known as mountain lions or pumas, cougars are native to the Americas and are skilled solitary hunters.
Lynxes are medium-sized big cats known for their tufted ears and short tails. Species include the Eurasian lynx, Canadian lynx, and bobcat.
Servals are smaller African cats with distinctive spotted coats and long legs. They are known for their agility and hunting skills.
Caracals are medium-sized cats with distinctive tufted ears and a slender build. They are known for their impressive jumping abilities.