WCS Lao Camera trap photo exhibition
Marbled Cat This is a rare photo of a pair of Marbled Cat in the Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area. This cat is not well known elsewhere in Asia and in Laos seems to occur primarily in montane evergreen forest at altitudes higher than 1000 meters. [protected species]
Savannah Cats - ok so my mom told me about this breed of cats, and while i dont have the desire to own one, i thought they were pretty wild to see. So I am sharing.
Almost everything scientists know about the Bornean bay cat is based on 12 samples, the first of which was a skin collected in 1855 in Sarawak, Malaysia. In the decades following this discovery, seven other skins appeared. It wasn't until 1992 that a living specimen was obtained. Then the species disappeared. It was widely thought to be extinct until a photograph was taken of a single cat in 2003. Now, the photographic record has expanded after photographs were captured by camera traps in…
Sapphire by Alida Jorissen on 500px This rare beauty is named Sapphire after the colour of his eyes. He used to work in a circus where he no longer complied. He is now living in a zoo where they hope he will prove a hit with the lady-tigers he will one-day breed with.
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"This photo shows the genetic variation of the cheetah known as the King Cheetah. It has lines and irregular spots. It is such a rare genetic mutation that even if two known carriers of the gene breed mate, there is no guarantee there will be a King cheetah born." -Kimberly Cotter
The 5 Extinction Wild Animals in India
There was a time when India was home for some of the most beautiful wild animals, Due to excessive hunting and poaching for sport and body parts by man these wild animals have become extinction