Privately owned pet tigers and other massive cats (lions, cougars, mountain lions, and leopards) are an obscure actuality, yet their true presence is wildly exaggerated by special curiosity groups and the news media. While many unique pets have tremendous recognition, big cats, for obvious causes, should not generally kept.
They appear like a typical canine, however it is stated that they’re truly a species of ‘wild’ canine. Taxonomists can not seem to agree on the origin or classification of this animal; do they originate from feral domesticated canines (and if so, would that make them not an ‘exotic’ pet?), are they a hybrid between canines and dingos? Are they a subspecies or a breed? Some have categorised the singing dog as a distinct species with the scientific title Canis hallstromi, but later they have been grouped with the Australian Dingo as a feral wild subspecies of the domestic canine, (Canis … Read more