What is the biggest wild cat in the world
It’s the serval. It’s the smallest cat, about the size of a domestic cat. They are found in Africa, in the Sahara and in a little pocket near Egypt, called Egypt.
How did you come to be a naturalist?
I was born in England, I lived there until 1975. I liked animals and I was told by my mother to always be watching them. I think I just liked looking at them. I liked the idea of watching a mouse or a hedgehog or a bird. It was just something that I did. I think that’s the way a lot of people are.
How would you describe yourself?
I would describe myself as an English naturalist. I think English naturalists are very interested in the natural world.
How have you changed as a person over the years?
I’ve learned a lot about people. I’ve learned a lot about the natural world. I’ve learned a lot about the physical world. I think I’ve changed a lot in the last 20 years.
What is your favorite animal?
It’s a lovely question. I like birds, I like insects, I like mammals. I like a lot of animals. I like snow leopards.
Do you like large cats?
Yes, I like large cats, especially the leopard. I like the yellow-spotted cat. I like the serval. I like cheetahs.
If you had to choose, what would you choose?
I like the serval. I like the serval a lot. It’s a very interesting cat.
How big is it?
It is a small cat. It can be a little bit bigger than a domestic cat, but it is not a big cat. It is a very small cat.
Did you use to like to go out and visit all of these different animals?
I did. I used to go to the zoo quite a lot, and I used to go to the zoo in London. I used to go to the London Zoo. I would go there quite a lot.
Did you ever have a chance to work with wild animals?
I have worked with wild cats. I have worked with leopards, when I was younger. I have worked with cheetahs.
Do you ever play with the animals?
I have played with a lot of animals, but I have not played with cats.
Do you have any hobbies?
I don’t have a lot of hobbies. I like to go to the cinema. I like going to the theatre. I like to read. I like to listen to music.
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