|Author:||Tim Tyler,Morris Allan|
|Publisher:||Windfall Books; 1St Edition edition (September 17, 2002)|
|Category:||Math and Science|
|Other formats:||rtf mobi mbr lrf|
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The Scottish wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris syn. Felis silvestris grampia) is a European wildcat population in Scotland. This population is estimated to comprise between 1,000 and 4,000 individuals, of which about 400 cats are thought to meet the morphological and genetic criteria of a wildcat. The Scottish wildcat population used to be widely distributed across Britain, but has declined drastically since the turn of the 20th century due to habitat loss and persecution
Not a tamed feral cat but a real wild cat, barely amenable to having humans around, this one earns his name and solves . As an American I had a proble with some of the Scottish words
Not a tamed feral cat but a real wild cat, barely amenable to having humans around, this one earns his name and solves the mystery. As an American I had a proble with some of the Scottish words. At first I was bored and frustrated by the wordiness and overdescription in this novel but as I tead farther, I adapted and found it somewhat lyrical in my mind. I, of course, loved the cat!
A major study concludes Scottish wildcats are now part of the same gene pool as domestic cats.
A major study concludes Scottish wildcats are now part of the same gene pool as domestic cats. They found all those living in the wild were part of the same hybrid gene pool as domestic animals. The lead author of the study, Dr Helen Senn, said the vast majority of cats in the wild were "hybrids" and, from a "functional perspective", Scottish wildcats were on the brink of extinction.
The Scottish wildcat's guile and ferocity are the stuff of legend
The Scottish wildcat's guile and ferocity are the stuff of legend. No docile pet cat, this, but a cunning and shadowy animal, elusive to the point of invisibility, but utterly fearless when forced to fight for its life. Those who saw one would always remember its beauty – the cloak of dense fur marked with bold tiger stripes, the green-eyed stare and haughty sneer, and the broad, banded tail whisking away into the forest's gloom. This book tells the story of how the wildcat of the wildwood became the endangered Scottish wildcat, of how it once lived and lives now, and of how we - its greatest enemy - are now striving to save it in its darkest hour. Download from free file storage.
Scottish Wildcat Gallery. Scottish Wildcat Gallery bir gönderi paylaştı. Julie Morris Art. If you watched BBC Winterwatch the other night you will be familiar with the worry of our endangered Scottish wildcat.
The mysterious Scottish Wildcat-Britain’s rarest mammal, and one of the most .
The mysterious Scottish Wildcat-Britain’s rarest mammal, and one of the most endangered carnivores in the world. Wildcats have endured centuries of habitat loss; they have been hunted for fur and been killed as vermin, and are threatened by inbreeding with domestic moggies, along with other issues such as disease and vehicle collisions. In this book, Marianne Taylor-author of the award-winning Way of the Hare- seeks out the beautiful and enigmatic Scottish Wildcat in a rich narrative interwoven with what we know about the cat's biology and history in Britain.