The Leopard Cat, Felis bengalensis, is widely distributed throughout Asia, including several islands. It is found from Java and Bali, north to southeastern Siberia and Manchuria, as far east as India, and westward to Korea and the Philippines (Nowell and Jackson 1996). Leopard cats are solitary animals that sleep in small caves or hollow trees (Nowak 1991). Leopard Cats usually live near a reliable water source (Nowell and Jackson 1996). They are found at high and low altitudes, often in areas of secondary growth. They have even been known to live and breed in agricultural areas such as coffee plantations.
Skull Length: 9cm (3.5in)
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