Caracal (Felis caracal)
Caracal stand 45cm/18” tall at the shoulder. Although quite small, they are vicious fighters hissing and spitting with extended claws at prey and enemy. Their most distinct characteristic is the long black tassles on the tips of the ears. Mostly nocturnal, but has been observed during early morning hours. Being carnivorous, they prey on small mammals up to the size of Impala.
Penetration is easily achieved with these thin-skinned felines. Broadside and quartering away shots most advised. Caracal can be shot over bait, although they rarely bait effectively.
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