Flat-Headed Cat

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Flat-Headed Cat

Flat-Headed CatOriginal.jpg

Character Data
Japanese Name: マレーヤマネコ
Romanised Name: Marēyamaneko
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Prionailurus planiceps
Distribution: Sumatra, Borneo, Malaysia
Diet: Carnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: Unknown
Read More: Flat-headed cat
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 EN.svg.png
Flat-Headed Cat Nexon Game

Flat-Headed Cat is a type of Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.

Appearance

Flat-Headed Cat has blue eyes, and short, messy hair with three different tones, a mix of chocolate brown and light brown on the top, middle and the side of the head, with several white spots on her bangs, and two strings of hair at each side of the head, resembling the whiskers of a cat. She has small animal ears, and a tail that befits her species. Her sloppy look is further verified by her half-tucked in sleeveless shirt, which is white on the front and chocolate brown in the back. She also wears a big collar with a red bow tie, and large chocolate brown gloves that are white on the back, and have a cat-like pattern of horizontal stripes. She wears a short light brown fur skirt with a similar cat-like pattern, knee highs that matches with her gloves, and brown aviator shoes with orange laces.

In Real Life

A Flat-Headed Cat.

Flat-Headed Cats are a rare species of cat found on Sumatra, Borneo and on the Malayan Peninsula. They are around the size of a domestic cat, with a particular look because of their long, narrow head and flattened forehead, with small ears set well down the sides of its head. They have long and sharp teeth, and their claws cannot be fully retracted, traits that they share with the fishing cat and the Cheetah. They have a small tail, and their fur is reddish brown and gray in color, with the hairs being tipped in white.

Flat-Headed Cats live in lowland tropical rainforests, swamp forest and mangroves, usually near water. They are considered rare and particularly difficult to find, those cats are believed to be solitary, with observations of both nocturnal and crepuscular activity. Their large, close-set eyes, which are positioned farther forward on the head than those of other cats, gives them great binocular vision to help them hunt for food in the water. They can eat frogs, crustaceans, and possibly other small animals, but they pray primarily on fish.

Trivia

  • Individuals in captivity are noted to be very fond of water, playing on it for hours, and presented similar habits to the ones of a Raccoon, like "washing" objects in water.

References

http://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Prionailurus_planiceps/

http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/18148/0

https://wildcatconservation.org/wild-cats/asia/flat-headed-cat/

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