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Teaghlach Felidae - Cait (Beurla: Cats)Deasaich

Subfamily Felinae cat beag, cat meadhanach mór (Beurla: small cats, medium-sized cats)Deasaich

Gnè AcinonyxDeasaich

Gnè CaracalDeasaich

Gnè CatopumaDeasaich

Gnè FelisDeasaich

Gnè LeopardusDeasaich

Gnè LeptailurusDeasaich

Gnè LynxDeasaich

Gnè Miracinonyx (Beurla: American cheetah)Deasaich

Gnè OtocolobusDeasaich

Gnè PardofelisDeasaich

Gnè Prionailurus (Severtzov, 1858)Deasaich

Gnè Profelis (Severtzov, 1858)Deasaich

Gnè Puma (Jardine, 1834)Deasaich

Subfamily Pantherinae cat mór (Beurla: big cats)Deasaich

Gnè NeofelisDeasaich

Gnè PantheraDeasaich

Subfamily Machairodontinae (Gill, 1872) (Beurla: saber-toothed cats)Deasaich

Tribe Homotherini (Beurla: saber-toothed cats)Deasaich

Gnè Lokotunjailurus Deasaich

Gnè Homotherium Deasaich

Tribe Metailurini (Beurla: saber-toothed cats)Deasaich

Gnè Adelphailurus Deasaich

Gnè Dinofelis Deasaich

Gnè Pontosmilus Deasaich

Gnè Stenailurus Deasaich

Gnè Metailurus Deasaich

Tribe Smilodontini (Beurla: saber-toothed cats)Deasaich

Gnè Megantereon Deasaich

Gnè Paramachairodus Deasaich

Gnè Rhizosmilodon Deasaich

Gnè Smilodon Deasaich

Tribe Machairodontini (Beurla: saber-toothed cats)Deasaich

Gnè Hemimachairodus Deasaich

Gnè Miomachairodus Deasaich

Gnè Machairodus Deasaich

Subfamily Proailurinae (Beurla: first cat)Deasaich

Gnè Proailurus (Filhol, 1879)Deasaich

IomraidheanDeasaich

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