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Females usually produce one litter of two kittens annually. Under ideal conditions, a female may successfully raise two litters in the warmer seasons of the year, but this depends on prey base, predator density and climate. In comparison to most other cat species an average litter of two is small, resulting in a low reproductive potential.
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