Learn about Wild Cats with iPhone apps

By Marlon Votta - Aug 4, 2011

Wild cats have always been truly fascinating creatures that are admired mainly because of their beauty. From Tigers to Lions, we have used these cats as emblems on flags to show power and spirit. Find out facts about these amazing animals with beautiful images using iPhone apps. Learn interesting information about certain types with the largest wild cat in the world being the Siberian Tiger and the cheetah is the worlds fastest land animal that can reach speeds of 70 mph. There are nine different subspecies of tiger that are recognized, three of which became extinct in the latter part of the 20th Century. We have come up a few apps on wild cats for you to enjoy.

A Wild Cats Quiz by Alexander Mokrushin is available for $0.99 through the App Store. This application can help you progress your knowledge of wild cats by test you in a quiz. With 40 illustrated questions about species that belong to the wild cat family, you can see how much you know already. Each question has four possible answers. When you tap one of the answers, the default color of the pressed button is changed for a while to green (when it was the right answer) or to red (wrong answer). With three attempts, you will gain score depending on how many times it take you to reach the correct answer. You will get hints with Latin names to help you along the way.

Big cat safari by Stroika is $0.99 at the App Store. Find out amazing facts with this app. Did you know that a puma can jump 6m directly upwards? Learn that apart from pumas, cheetahs are the only big cats that purr. Big cat safari is the perfect guide to big cats for both adults and children. With all big cats listed you will learn all sorts of interesting and little known facts about each animal. From Lions and Tigers to Ocelots and Margays, you will be able to find out things that you never knew about the most beautiful species on earth and marvel at the elegance and ingenuity of all the big cats.

About Animals: Tigers by APPBURST, LLC is available for $0.99. Learn all about Tigers with this app. Gain information on their habitat, their conservation status, appearance, scientific classification, behavior, genomics. Download this at the App Store and view constantly updated photos of Tigers and save them as your wallpaper or share with friends over Facebook, Email and Twitter. Watch updated funny and educational videos about Tigers and Baby Tigers. Learn everything you need to know about these captivating animals with Tiger Wiki.

Lion s – Dangerous Wild Cats Preying From Your …by APH International is $0.99 at the App Store. Learn about the lion with this informative app. You will find out amazing facts about lions being able to live for ten to fourteen years in the wild, while in captivity they can live longer than twenty years. They say that male lions seldom live longer than ten years, as a result of injuries sustained from continual fighting with rival males. While lions do not typically hunt humans, some have been known to do so. Get details on this amazing animal and enjoy 20 greats records sounds of lions.

Big Cat Facts by Stroika is a free application that will assist you with all sorts of interesting and little known facts about each animal. See what each feline hunter looks like and how it differs from other big cats. This app available at the App Store is the ideal application for children and adults to learn some amazing facts about wild cats.

Use iPhone apps to get access to beautiful pictures and facts about these fascinating animals. Find out about cross breeding like the fact that a liger is a cross between a male lion and a tigress with the resulting ligers growing far larger than either parent does. Male ligers are sterile, but female ligers are often fertile. They also have been crossed with leopards to produce leopons, jaguars to produce jaglions. The marozi is reputedly a spotted lion or a naturally occurring leopon, while the Congolese Spotted Lion is a complex lion-jaguar-leopard hybrid called a lijagulep. Such hybrids were once commonly bred in zoos, this is now discouraged due to the emphasis on conserving species and subspecies.

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