These scientific posters and prints of various wild cats of the world were created by wildlife artist Roger Hall with his unique style of ink art and dots.
Each illustration is annotated with both the common and scientific names of the wild cats - accurate as at the time the illustration was drawn.
Roger is based in the USA and his prints (unframed) are printed on sturdy water color block style paper and can be signed by him on request. The images and links will take you to his online shop where you can view further information.
The images are copyright Roger Hall, so please do not use these images without permission, thank you.
Wild Cats of North America by Roger Hall
This is an illustration of the nine wild cats of North America (includes Canada, United States of America, Mexico and Central America).
Jaguar (Panthera onca)
Tigers of the World by Roger Hall
This poster illustrates the six subspecies of tigers that still exists (extant), yet are all endangered. Three subspecies of tigers have already gone extinct.
South China Tiger (Panthera tigris amoyensis)
Malayan Tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni)
Sumatran Tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae)
Amur or Siberian Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica)
Indochinese Tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti)
Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris)
Wild Cats of Africa by Roger Hall
This print illustrates the ten wild cats of Africa, three big cats and seven small cats.
Leopards of the World by Roger Hall
This print illustrates the nine subspecies of leopards, the most widespread of the big cats ranging across Africa and Asia.
African Leopard (Panthera pardus pardus)
Amur Leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis)
Arabian Leopard (Panthera pardus nimr)
Indian Leopard (Panthera pardus fusca)
Indochinese Leopard (Panthera pardus delacouri)
Javan Leopard (Panthera pardus melas)
North China Leopard (Panthera pardus japonensis)
Persian Leopard (Panthera pardus saxicolor)
Sri Lankan Leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya)
The 2017 revision of leopard taxonomy now classifies leopards into eight subspecies according to recent genetic studies.
Lynxes of the World by Roger Hall
This illustration depicts the four lynx species of the world - easily recognizable by their short tails and tufted ears.
USA and Canada Distribution
Bobcat (Lynx rufus)
Canadian Lynx (Lynx canadensis)
Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus)
Eurasian Lynx (Lynx lynx)