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Sand Cat
(Felis margarita)
These tiny (3-11 pound) cats live in sandy and stony deserts in northern Africa and the Middle East. They can live far from water sources by utilizing moisture from their prey (rodents, snakes, etc). They are a pale yellow color with a ringed tail. The sand cat's ears are large and set widely apart and low on the sides of the head. They are nocturnal in their native habitat.

Sand Cats at EFBC/FCC
athos
Athos
Male, born May 2014, arrived here January 22 2015 from Parc des Felins, France More Photos:
Arrivals 2015
sckits
Bantha, Bastet, and Desiree
Born February 29 to Scully and Fath More Photos:
Births 2016
fath
Fath
Male, born October 2 2009, arrived here November 2011 from Cincinnati Zoo. More Photos:
Arrivals 2011
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Lawna
Female, arrived early July 2015 from Novosibirsk, Russia with 2 sisters and a brother More Photos:
Arrivals 2015
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Margo
Female, born May 2 2014 to Freta and Fath. 3 siblings moved to other zoos spring 2015 More Photos:
Births 2014
sand
Scully
Female, arrived early July 2015 from Novosibirsk, Russia with 2 sisters and a brother. Gave birth 2016 to 3 kittens with Fath. More Photos:
Arrivals 2015
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Shrek
Male, arrived early July 2015 from Novosibirsk, Russia with 3 sisters More Photos:
Arrivals 2015
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Omar
Male, arrived early July 2015 from Tallin Zoo, Estonia More Photos:
Arrivals 2015