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European wildcat
The European wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris) is a subspecies of wildcat that inhabits the forests and grasslands of Europe, as well as Turkey and the Caucasus Mountains; it can be distinguished from the domestic cat by its bulkier body, thick fur, and non-tapered tail. This cat was photographed in Wisentgehege Springe game park, near Springe, Hanover, Germany.Photo: Michael Gäbler

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