Arabian Sand Cat Facts. Mammalia photo courtesy of mike dulaney habitat • in the wild: It also hunts birds such as desert lark and feeds on desert reptiles such as gecko and sand vipers.
Africa's sahara desert, which stretches through algeria, niger and morocco; It weighs about seven and a half pounds (3.4. Sand cats will fall under the umbrella term as a 'wild cat', and most laws ban these animals because of the lethality of 'big cats', despite the presence of smaller species that are not more dangerous than domestic cats.
Deserts of arabia, northern africa and central asia.
Unlike dogs, cats do not have a sweet tooth. Arabian sand cat is a type of cats which commonly can be found in the desert especially in certain parts of africa and middle asia. This species lives in north africa, the arabian peninsula, iran, pakistan and the countries of central asia. It also seems to be highly adapted to its environment.