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Skeleton diagram of a cat.svg

1 – Cranium, or Skull. 2 – Mandible, or Lower jaw. 3 – Scapula, or Shoulder-blade. 4 – Sternum, or Breast-bone. 5 – Humerus. 6 – Radius. 7 – Phalanges of the Toes. 8 – Metacarpal Bones. 9 – Carpal or Wrist-bones. 10 – Ulna. 11 – Ribs. 12 – Patella, or Knee-cap. 13 – Tibia. 14 – Metatarsal Bones. 15 – Tarsal Bones. 16 – Fibula. 17 – Femur, or Thigh-bone. 18 – Pelvis, or Hip-bone.

Cats, also called domestic cats or house cats (Felis catus), are carnivorous (meat-eating) mammals, of the family Felidae.

Cats have been domesticated (tame) for nearly 10,000 years. They are currently the most popular pets in the world. Their origin is probably the African Wildcat Felis silvestris lybica.

Los felinos, o gatos domésticos o gato de casa (Felis catus), son carnivoros (que se alimentan preferentemente de carne). Los gatos fueron domesticados desde unos 10 mil años, siendo la mascota más popular, probablemente derivado del gato africano F.silvestris lybica

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