Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'macOS' started by chuckles:), Feb 4, 2010.
I think the only one left is Cougar, and there would be way to many jokes.
OS X, "Lion"
Like iPad didn't generate jokes?
Plenty of names left I am sure if they want to use them
And I don't think they are too concerned about jokes
Woof, Woof - Dawg
Cat and its other names?
Mountain lion (another name for Puma)
And don't forget about the big ones..
Liger and Tigon
That would be the day I would never buy another Apple product... sorry, way to lame.
Not a name of a cat. You lose.
One of the favs I have read 'round here is Mac OS X: LOLcat.
I think i'd buy two copies of OSX Thundercat.
Mac OS X: Jaglion FTW!
I suspect that once apple goes to OS XI, they'll drop the cat names and move on to something else. If that's true, then they only have 3 more cat names to worry about and there are definitely more then 3 more cat varieties.
Maybe they'll go for even-toed ungulate in OS XI, then?
Or OS X Liger.
Its a mix between a Lion and a Tiger. Anyone who's seen Napoleon Dynamite knows what Im talking about
That's a dog bro.
10.8 - Octopussy
Is a liger a cat?
It would be in the feline family; it's a cross between a lion and a tiger, both in the feline families. It's no cat you'd want sleeping on the foot of your bed that's for sure.
Neither would a tiger or lion. A cross of those would be less so.
Too bad they didn't call Boot Camp "Siamese". Makes a lot of sense when you think about it.
I think OSX Thundercat is awesome. I want three.
Doh! My bad, tigers are : Animalia, Chordata, Mammalia, Carnivora, Felidae, Panthera, Tigris
lions are : Animalia, Chordata, Mammalia, Carnivora, Felidae, Panthera, Leo
Panthera -> Includes cougar (P. concolor), jaguar (P. onca), jaguarundi (P. jaguarundi), leopard (P. pardus), lion (P. leo), margay (P. tigrina), ocelot (P. pardalis), tiger (P. tigris), Siberian tiger (P. tigris altaica), snow leopard (P. uncia).
Thus both Lions and Tigers are all part of the same genus.
A house cat on the other hand is Animalia, Chordata, Mammalia, Carnivora, Felidae, Felis, Domesticus
They are of the same Family, but not the same Genus.