Most closely related to linsangs, elongated forest-dwelling animals of Southeast Asia, some 40 species of carnivorous mammal that we consider “cats” are grouped together within the Felidae family of the Carnivora order of mammals. Despite their diversity and reasonably wide distribution, only three cat species inhabit Europe today: the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx); the Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus); and the European wildcat (Felis silvestris). Only one, the wildcat, is currently to be found in Britain and that has suffered a steep population decline in since the turn of the century such that it is now restricted to a handful of populations in the Scottish uplands.
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Windfall Books -- 2002 -- ISBN: 978-0953983919
The Scottish Wildcat - by Christopher Clegg
Merlin Unwin Books -- 2017 -- ISBN: 978-1910723418
The Wildcat - by Andrew Kitchener
The Mammal Society -- 1995 -- ISBN: 978-0906282274
Tracking The Highland Tiger: In Search of Scottish Wildcats - by Marianne Taylor
Bloomsbury Wildlife -- 2019 -- ISBN: 978-1472900920
Wild Cats of the World - by David Alderton
Facts on File Inc -- 2002 -- ISBN: 978-0816052172
Wildcat Haven - by Mike Tomkies
Whittles Publishing -- 2008 -- ISBN: 978-1904445753
Wildcats - by Mike Tomkies
Whittet Books -- 1991 -- ISBN: 978-0905483863