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What is the most dangerous cat in the world

The most dangerous cat in the world is the African wildcat, which can be found in parts of Africa, the Middle East and India. It is the most common type of wildcat in the world, found in the wild in numbers of up to 2 million. But it is also the most dangerous.

The African wildcat is a different species from the North African Barbary cat and the Nearctic wildcat. It is thought there are at least eight different types of wildcat species in the world.

African wildcats are the biggest and most dangerous type, with a total length of up to 20 inches (51 cm) compared to the North African and Nearctic wildcats which are only 10 inches (25 cm) long.

They are considered to be the most dangerous of all the wildcats because they have a reputation for attacking humans.

According to a report by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), African wildcats have been responsible for at least 13 human deaths. In the Middle East and India, they have been implicated in more than 30 attacks on humans.

They have been responsible for attacks on humans in Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Chad.

The main reason for their attacks on humans is that the cats are, for some reason, attracted to people in the wild. To protect themselves from potential attacks, some people try and put out food for the wild cats. This means the cats are attracted to people and are more likely to attack.

The wildcats, which are very fussy, will only attack if they are hungry. So the people they attack are often not the intended target.

There have been a number of high-profile attacks in Africa over the last few years.

In 2013, a man was attacked in the Democratic Republic of Congo by an African wildcat. In 2014, a woman was also attacked in the same country.

In January 2015, a man in Tunisia was attacked by an African wildcat.

In 2016, a woman was killed by an African wildcat in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The most notable attack in the Middle East was carried out by a very large wildcat near the city of Juybar on the coast of Syria in 2015.

The animal had killed and eaten a number of small dogs and attacked a number of people.

It killed three people in a matter of minutes. It is believed the animal had been attracted to the area because of the local scent of food.

In addition to the attacks on humans, African wildcats are also known to attack and kill livestock. They are known to be particularly keen on sheep.

They are also known to attack and kill other wild cats, rabbits and small dogs.

African wildcats are not very common in the UK. But they have been seen in Great Britain in the past.

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