A teenage caracal has different short-eared tufts and blue-colored eyes (5/30)

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Caracals have a brown to red coat, and the color varies from individuals. Women are generally lighter than men. Their undersides, like the white, African Golden Cat, are adorned with many small spots. The face has faint black marks in the center of the head and nose, over the beard pads, around the eyes, and over the eyes. The signature feature of this wild cat is its long, slender, black tufted ears. The legs are relatively long and the hind legs are disproportionately tall and muscular. The tail is short. Eye color ranges from golden or copper to green or gray. A teenage caracal has different short-eared tufts and blue-colored eyes. Variants of C.lynx are sometimes indistinguishable by phenotype. Females are small, weigh less than 13 kg, while males weigh up to 20 kg. Larger women are more likely to weigh more than small men. Although the tail is short, it still accounts for a significant portion of its total body length.

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