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Super Cat
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General Information
Universe Super Cat (Documentary)
Species Type Big Cat
Homeworld Earth
Environment Urban environments
Intelligence Non-sapient
Biochemistry Carbon-based lifeform
Biological Information
Average Height Shoulder: 60 to 90 cm (24 to 35 in) tall
Average Weight Male: 53—100 kg (115—220 lb)
Average: 62 kg (137 lb)
Female: 29—64 kg (64—141 lb)
42 kg (93 lb)
Average Length Male: 2.4 m (7.9 ft) long (nose-to-tail)
Female: 2.05 m (6.7 ft) long (nose-to-tail)
General: 1.5—2.75 m (4.9 to 9.0 ft) long (nose-to-tail)
Tail: 63—95 cm (25 to 37 in) long
Locomotion Quadrupedal movement
Feeding Behavior Carnivorous
Prey Humans, Fish
Lineage Information
Cultural Information
Alignment Neutral
Organization Prides
Sociocultral characteristics
Scientific Taxonomy
Planet Earth
Domain Eukaryota
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Carnivora
Suborder Feliformia
Family Felidae
Subfamily Pantherinae/felinae
Other Information
Status Data Deficient

The Super Cat is a "perfect hybrid" of various cat species, primarily of the big cat variety. It is intended to be the perfect predator. As such, it features the backbone of a cheetah (for speed); the margay's ankles (for climbing); the caracal's legs (for jumping) and its ear tufts (for pinpointing where its prey is); the paws of a fishing cat (for swimming and scooping up fish); the canines of a clouded leopard (for best tooth size); the jaws (for bite strength), brain power and roar of a tiger; the eyes of a lynx (for night vision); the ears of a serval (for best hearing power); the coat of a black panther, specifically of the leopard variety (for ability to hunt at night, the seemingly increased resistance to disease and for sheer "cool effect"); the mane (as armor, and also for sheer "cool factor") and pride mentality (for overall power) of a lion; the overall size of a cougar; and the "street smarts" (ability to survive in an urban environment) of a house cat. It feeds on humans, as they are one of the only species that's population is booming, as well as their physiological weakness.


  • Super Cat (National Geographic Channel documentary) (First appearance)