They are the two individuals from the Felidae group of felines yet various species.
Obfuscated panther (Neofelis nebulosa) these felines are found around North East India, they are arboreal and nighttime and weigh up to 23kg. Their eating regimen comprises predominantly of primates, birds, squirrels. There are assessed to be less than around 10 000 develop felines left, as are on the WWF list as 'Helpless'.
Greater, chunkier, this is Panthera uncia Sy uncia. Found around the Himalayan conditions of India these felines are Nightfall and Sunrise trackers and can weigh up to 75kg. Their eating regimen comprises chiefly of Blue sheep, and Tahr. Anyway there are assessed to be under 2500 remaining in the wild thus show up on the WWF red rundown as 'Jeopardized'.
These felines have, when left alone, no regular hunters. Indeed people carry them extremely close to eradication. Their hide isn't our own to wear.
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