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The African golden cat Caracal aurata is a wild cat endemic to the rainforests of West and Central Africa. Felis aurata was the scientific name used by Coenraad Jacob Temminck who described a reddish-brown coloured cat skin in that he had bought from a merchant in London. He named it Felis celidogaster. In , Nikolai Severtzov proposed the generic names Profelis with F. Phylogenetic analysis of cat samples showed that the African golden cat is closely related with the caracal Caracal caracal.
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