- Cats are one of a carnivore
- Cats have four legs
- Cats have fur smooth
- Cats have sharp canine teeth
- Cats have whiskers balance
- Cats have subtle pads on his feet


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Lion SpeciesThese kings of the jungle can weigh between 250 and 550 pounds, depending on sex and age and can grow up to be 14 years old in the wild and over the age of 20 years old in captivity. They become capable at hunting at the age of two and are fully grown after 5 or 6 years. Male lions are distinguishable for their impressive manes, which signifies their masculinity and reflects their health. The darker and thicker the mane, the healthier the lion. It allows the lions to appear stronger and frightening to warn off enemies, particularly humans, and appeals to lionesses that are scientifically proven to mate more with lions with thick and dark manes. Lions with no manes are either genetically inbred or have been castrated.White LionThe legendary white lion was once thought to be a figment of one's imagination until less than fifty years ago, when white lion cubs were discovered. This is due a recessive gene and they are not albino as they do have pigmentation in vital parts such as they eye, paw and lip. Their condition is called leucism meaning they only have pigmentation loss in the skin and fur. There are less than fifty white lions in the world.
Alaska cedar

Alaska cedar in an interesting medium-sized evergreen tree with gray-green to blue-green foliage that droops from widely spaced branches. Native to moist bottomlands in the Pacific Northwest, it needs consistently moist soil. This plant is also known as false cypress.

Botanical name: Chamaecyparis nootkatensis
All Common Names: Alaska cedar, Alaska-cedar, yellow cypress, Nootka falsecypress
Family (English): Cypress
Family (Botanic): Cupressaceae
Tree or Plant Type: Tree
Foliage: Evergreen (foliage year-round)
Native Locale: North America
Hardiness Zones: Zone 4Zone 5Zone 6Zone 7Zone 8
Growth Rate: Medium
Light Exposure: Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily)
Tolerances: Occasional drought
Soil Preference: Moist, well-drained soil
Flower Color & Fragrance: Inconspicuous
Size Range: Large tree (more than 40 feet)Medium tree (25-40 feet)
Shape or Form: PyramidalUpright
Landscape Uses: Specimen
Time of Year: Early winterMid winterLate winter
More Information:
Size and Form
30 to 45 feet high and 30 feet wide; pyramidal form
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