Quiz: Which Big Feline Are You?
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Which Big Feline Are You?
By: Khadija Leon
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About This Quiz

The term "big cat" refers to any one of, if not all, of the five members of the Panthers genus. They are some of the most well-recognized animals in the world, and the group includes animals like the lion, jaguar, tiger, leopard and the snow leopard. As time has passed, some people have also added the cheetah, the cougar, and the clouded leopard into the group.

All of these animals are carnivores and they are all apex predators that can be found throughout Asia, Africa, and the American continents, many of which are endangered species. In addition to facing problems like loss of habitat and loss of prey, these animals, although apex predators themselves were hunted for their fur, bones and other body parts. 

Of the many big cats out there, which one would you be? Will you be one of the fastest land mammals in the world? Will you be one of the animals considered to be "the king of the jungle"? Will you be an animal that cannot change its stripes? Or will you be one of the most feared animals in the forest? If you would like to find out, then this is the quiz you need to take. 

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