As we briefly discussed in the previous post 'All About Savannah Cats', There are several types of Savannah cats categorized according to their genetics and reproduction and identified with its own filial number.

This is how the numbers and codes are assigned to Savannah cats according to their reproduction and genetics. Please refer the below image 'Savannah Reproduction and Breeding Chart'.

Savannah Breeding Reproduction Chart
Savannah Reproduction and Breeding Chart
As you can see in the chart there are several hybrid types of Savannah cats and they are categorized upon their breeding, reproduction and genetics.

F1 has a serval as a parent and a Domestic Savannah as the other parent.
F2 has a F1 and another Savannah as the parents, so the serval is the grandparent.
F3 has a a F2 and another Savannah as the parents, so the serval is the great grandparent.
And so on for the F3 - F6.

"F" meaning Feline and the the number following is the number of generations away from the Serval they are bred.

Here are the photos of Savannah cat hybrid types for your further reference.

F1 Savannah Cat
F1 Savannah Cat (source)

F2 Savannah Cat
F2 Savannah Cat (source)

F3 Savannah Cat
F3 Savannah Cat (source)

F4 Savannah Cat
F4 Savannah Cat (source)

F5 Savannah Cat
F5 Savannah Cat (source)

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