Small cats gone wild

Pallas cat (Leopardus colocolo)

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This soft-furred feline is about the size of a house cat, with silvery-grey or light brown colouring. Native to deserts and rocky mountainous regions in central Asia, the fur on the underside of the cat's body is twice as long in length compared to the upper part, presumably an adaptation to the cat's habit of lying or crouching on the cold ground. Image: M.i.k.e/ Shutterstock

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