Five of the Rarest Cats
The 'Blue tiger' was reported mostly from the Fujian Province of China, being characterized by a bluish fur with dark stripes. The Maltese tigers have been reported as critically endangered.
Golden Tabby Tiger
The golden tiger has its white coat and gold patches due to an extremely rare colour variation caused by a recessive gene. Around 30 tigers are believed to exist in the world but many more are carriers of the gene.
Rabbits make up 75-100% of lynxes’ diet, the cat only needing one a day. The Iberian Lynx currently holds the record for being world’s most threatened species of cat, and the most threatened carnivore in Europe.
This is the rarest subspecies of leopard, and closely competing for the title of the rarest cat on Earth. Amur leopards are very distinct from other leopards, having long hair, which allows them to live in the cold.
The White Lion (Panthera leo krugeri)
The white color is explained by a rare color mutation, namely a recessive gene known as chinchilla or color inhibitor, perpetuated by many zoos in the world. About 300 world-wide.
The Black Lion
Not sure if this is real or not- I heard it might be photoshopped or something.Website for the cats(http://animalslook.com/top-5-rarest-cats/)
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