Spring is sprung, here in the Northern Hemisphere, and it’s a good time to check out young wild cats.
They don’t get much younger than this — the photographer was very lucky!
As I understand it, lionesses hide their newborns for a while and then bring the older cubs back to the pride.
This is a different group from the one above:
Meanwhile, somewhere in the wilds of Mongolia…
…and up a tree in the Maasai Mara:
“Leopards are promiscuous… (scroll down)
Got coffee? You’re going to need it!
Clouded leopards form a bond.
Patience is a mother tiger:
Student page on Bengal tiger reproduction.
And here is a look inside a jaguar’s den:
A jaguar factsheet.
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