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British pronunciation/sˈɜːvə‍l/
American pronunciation/sˈɜːvəl/

a medium-sized wild cat species known for its distinctive long legs, large ears, and spotted coat, native to Africa

synonyms : Felis serval
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serval definition and meaning

What is a "serval"?

The serval is a graceful and slender wild cat species found in various habitats across Africa, including savannahs, grasslands, and wetlands. It is easily recognized by its unique appearance, featuring a slender body, long legs, and large ears with prominent black spots on the back. The coat of the serval is typically golden-yellow with bold black spots, providing excellent camouflage in its natural environment. Servals are known for their exceptional jumping ability, thanks to their long legs, which allow them to leap high in the air to catch birds and small mammals. They are solitary and mostly active during twilight and nighttime, relying on their keen eyesight and hearing to locate prey. The serval is an elusive and skilled hunter, making it a fascinating and elusive species of wild cat.

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