Small cats gone wild

Scottish wildcat (felis silvestris grampia)

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The Scottish wildcat may resemble a domestic tabby cat, however they behave more like tigers. They are very skilled hunters with night-time vision around seven times better than our own and have the ability to track small mammals, such as rabbits and rodents, with stealth, speed and power. They are Britain's only remaining large wild predator. Image: Wikimedia Commons

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  1. Flying Cat?
    Not sure how the Andean cat can live “around 3,500 to 4,800 metres above ground”, maybe it is meant to be “sea level”….

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