Tigers are the largest species of cat. Tigers, like lions, can grow up to 10 feet (3 m) in length, but because they are larger and can weigh up to 660 pounds.
The lion is known as the "lord of beasts" or "king of the jungle" because it is the second-largest cat species in the world, behind only tigers.
Jaguars are the largest species of huge feline found in the Americas. They inhabit North, Central, and South America, although their major home is the Amazon jungle.
Leopards inhabit Africa and Asia and are formidable and stealthy spotted predators. Leopards are occasionally killed by lions and tigers in Africa and Asia, respectively.
Pumas, sometimes known as cougars, mountain lions, and panthers, are the most widespread large cat in the Americas. Pumas hunt both tiny and large prey in their habitat.
Cheetahs are generally found in Africa's northern, eastern, and southern areas. With the exception of a small colony in Iran, the species is practically extinct throughout Asia.
Snow leopards enjoy hunting cliff dwellers such as Bharal and other wild sheep. Human activity, on the other hand, has reduced their habitat and prey.
Lynx are wild cats with short, stumpy tails and black tufts of fur on their ears. Lynx consume a wide range of prey, including rodents, birds, and deer, throughout their region.
In terms of height and weight, they are smaller than leopards and other big cats. Clouded leopards can grow to be 3.4 feet long and 55 pounds when fully mature.