Thursday, March 31, 2016

Abe The Conservationist: Black Bears

Abe The Conservationist: Iriomote Cat

Asiatic wildcat

The Asiatic wildcat or Indian wildcat (Felis Silvestris Ornata) is another subspecies of the wildcat native to the Caspian steppe region, Kazakhstan, Western India and China, and Southern Mongolia. It is also known as the Asian steppe cat or Indian desert cat. The Caucasian wildcat was thought to be a subspecies of the Asiatic wildcat and is now classified as a separate species.

African wildcat

The African wildcat or Near-Eastern wildcat (Felis Silvestris Lybica) is a wildcat subspecies native to Africa and the Arabian peninsula. It was thought to be an endangered species and because the African wildcat is such a rare animal, there are no up to date population estimates for any region, making it difficult to increase its conservation status. For now they are under the category of least concern. It's just as least concern as the Canadian lynx.

Scottish wildcat

The Scottish wildcat (Felis Silvestris Grampia), is a distinct subspecies of the European wildcat native to Scotland and historically England and Wales. It is classified to be an endangered species and since the 1950's, they were thought to be man killers. It is one of the 6 most endangered cats of the world along with the Amur leopard, Iberian lynx, Asiatic cheetah, Iriomote cat, and South China tiger. They do purr but don't meow and resemble that of domestic cats including tabbies and Bengals. It mainly preys on rabbits, rats, birds, hares, beavers, fish, and other prey. It is nicknamed "The wild spirit of the Scottish highlands". The most apparent of the Scottish wildcat is the beautiful tail. Like most other cats, the Scottish wildcat is solitary and crepuscular. It was thought to fight off lynxes and wolves that used to live in Britain and also foxes. Fewer than 100 Scottish wildcats remain in the wild! The wildcats of Scotland, Mediterranean, and Caucasus are considered to be separate species from the European wildcat. Wildcats are aggressive animals like badgers and wolverines. If a wildcat and a badger were in a fight, the wildcat would be a perfect match.

Countries with the word highland

Scottish highlands

Ethiopian highlands

Kenyan highlands

Eritrean highlands

Yemen highlands

Nigerian highlands

New Guinean highlands

Syrian highlands

Cantabrian highlands

Nova-Scotia highlands

Japanese highlands

Endangered canines of North America

Mexican wolf

Red wolf

Island fox

Cozumel fox

Endangered cats of North America

Florida panther

Mexican bobcat

Where wildcats live




What foxes are called in Portuguese and Spanish

Portuguese ~ Raposas

Spanish ~ Zorros

Bear safety

1. Play dead.

2. Stay frozen and don't move.

3. Whistle, sing, and talk and the bear will avoid you.

4. If you see any fresh tracks, hide somewhere else.

5. Stay far away, if you see a bear up close, give it lots of space.

6. Store food and drinks in air-containers and never keep them in your tent.

7. Raise your voice.

8. Beat on pans.

9. Use noisemakers.

10. Throw rocks or sticks.

2 rare big cats of Britain seen in Scotland


Black leopard

Cats of India

Asiatic cheetah

Bengal tiger

Asiatic lion

Indian leopard

Clouded leopard

Snow leopard

Fishing cat

Jungle cat

Asiatic wildcat

Eurasian lynx

Asian golden cat

Rusty spotted cat

Leopard cat


Marbled cat

Pallas's cat

Canines of India

Indian wolf

Indian jackal

Ussuri dhole

Bengal fox

Blanford's fox

Red fox

Tibetan sand fox

Abe The Conservationist: Tails' Nightmare

Ane The Conservationist: ABC's and Pledge of Allegiance Reversed

Extinct animals from HVAC Contractors of extinct species


Ambondro Mahabo





Bali tiger




Caspian tiger

Cave bear








Dire wolf



Dwarf elephant




English wolf

Falkland islands wolf

Places where pikas, lynxes, and dholes used to live in




Abe The Conservationist: Stop Killing Animals

Abe The Conservationist: Most Endangered Carnivores - Love You In The Fall By Paul Westerberg

Abe The Conservationist: Lynx-Like Cats

McJuggerNuggets: THE ZOOKEEPER!

Mr Nightmare: True Scary Hunting Story - ANIMATED

List25: 25 Of The Rarest Animals In The World 2

List25: 25 Rarest Animals On Earth

25 rarest animals in the world

Bamboo lemur

Spoon billed sandpiper

Jamaican rock iguana

Geometric tortoise

Stubfoot toad

Araipe manakin

Roloway monley

Cuban greater funnel eared bat

Durrell's vontsira

Gooty tarantula


Elephant shrew

Angel shark

Northern hairy nosed wombat


Common sawfish

Tonkin snub nosed monkey

Sumatran rhino

Tiger quoll

Spotted deer

Warty pig

Florida panther

White lion

Snow leopard

Giant squid

Total of the most endangered carnivores

1. Amur Leopard

2. Iberian Lynx

3. Asiatic Cheetah

4. Iriomote Cat

5. Scottish Wildcat

6. South China Tiger

7. Ethiopian Wolf

8. Mexican Wolf

9. Red Wolf

10. Darwin's Fox

11. Island Fox

European/Scottish wildcat pictures

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Abe The Conservationist: Bambi and Family Guy

Abe The Conservationist: Most Endangered Cats And Canines

Where polecats live

North America (Black Footed Ferret)


Africa (Striped polecat)

List of endangered canines by continent

North America ~ Mexican Wolf

South America ~ Darwin's Fox

Europe ~ Italian Wolf

Asia ~ Dhole

Africa ~ Ethiopian Wolf

5 most endangered canines of the world

1. Ethiopian Wolf

2. Mexican Wolf

3. Red Wolf

4. Darwin's Fox

5. Island Fox

6 most endangered cats of the world

1. Amur Leopard

2. Iberian Lynx

3. Asiatic Cheetah

4. Iriomote Cat

5. Scottish Wildcat

6. South China Tiger

List of endangered cats by continent

North America ~ Florida Panther

South America ~ Andean Mountain Cat

Europe ~ Iberian Lynx

Asia ~ Amur Leopard

Africa ~ Northwest African Cheetah

Abe The Conservationist: Luna's Cool Upper Lair

Domestic ferret

The domestic ferret is a domestic subspecies of the European polecat that lives from 7-10 years. Several types of mustelids also have the word ferret like the endangered black footed ferret. It's estimated that ferrets have been domesticated for at least 2,500 years.