8 Biggest Cats in the World, From Large to Extra-Extra Large

Eurasian Lynx

Even if it's not the largest cat in the world, the largest species of lynx can nevertheless intimidate any domestic cat.


The cheetah is a lean, agile predator with a demand for speed that is shared by its five subspecies.

Snow Leopard

Due to their white-grey coats, snow leopards are easily distinguished from other large cats. They appear larger than they actually are because of how thick it is.


The leopard is larger and more athletic in several aspects. A leopard's leaping distance can reach up to eighteen feet, or roughly three times its body length.


A cougar is the same as a puma or mountain lion, despite having many different names.


With the exception of a tiny population of Asiatic lions in western India, most lions are found in Africa.

Bengal Tiger

One of the largest members of the cat family is the Bengal tiger. Smaller girls are capable of weighing 300 pounds.

Siberian Tiger

Siberian tigers and Bengal tigers are both enormous, but the Siberian tiger is the largest known specimen of a tiger.