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Wild·cat

Any of various wild felines of small to medium size, especially of the genus Lynx, including the bobcat and the caracal.

Either of two small felines (Felis silvestris subsp. silvestris or subsp. lybica) of Europe, Asia, and Africa, often regarded as being the ancestor of the domestic cat.

Wean

process of switching a young mammal from mother's milk to other food

Wattle

refers to 1,200 species of Acacia, in the legume family. Wattles are found around the world but predominantly in Australia. Australia's national floral emblem is the Golden Wattle, Acacia pycnantha. Wattle Day is celebrated on September 1.

Warm-blooded

having a warm body temperature that remains relatively constant

Wean

process of switching a young mammal from mother's milk to other food

Warm-blooded

Warm blooded (or endothermic) animals generate their own body heat to maintain their body temperature. Birds and mammals are endothermic.

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