Known as the "King of the Jungle," lions are social big cats known for their majestic manes and are found in Africa and India.
The largest of all the big cats, tigers are known for their powerful build and distinctive orange and black stripes. They are native to various parts of Asia.
The largest big cat in the Americas, jaguars have a robust build and beautiful, rosette-patterned coat. They are primarily found in the forests of Central and South America.
Known for their elusive nature and spotted coats, leopards are adaptable big cats found in various habitats in Africa and parts of Asia.
Renowned for being the fastest land animal, cheetahs have a slender build and distinctive black "tear marks" running from the corner of each eye. They primarily reside in Africa.
Snow leopards are adapted to the cold, mountainous regions of Central and South Asia. They have thick fur and long tails, which help them balance in rugged terrain.
Also known as mountain lions or pumas, cougars are known for their strength and agility. They are highly adaptable and have the largest range of any wild terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere.
Noted for their strikingly patterned coat, clouded leopards are found in the Himalayan foothills through mainland Southeast Asia into China.