Mysterious Wildcats by Joel Sartore

Caracal
Leopard Cat
Canada Lynx
clouded leopard
African Wildcat
Serval
Rusty Spotted Cat
https://i0.wp.com/www.fubiz.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/wildcat10-1024x683.jpgAfrican Golden Cat
Sand Cat
Asiatic Wildcat
Leopard Cat
Jaguarundis
Eurasian Lynx
Fishing Cat
Iberian Lynx
Palla’s Cat
Marbled Cat
Melanistic (black) Asian Golden Cat
Margay
Genetta maculata
https://i0.wp.com/www.fubiz.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/wildcat6.jpgGeoffrey’s Cat
https://i1.wp.com/www.fubiz.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/wildcat5.jpgFlat-Headed Cat

 

Mysterious Wildcats by Joel Sartore

In this series for National Geographic, Joel Sartore offers a unique view on worldwide wildcats typologies. If we are quite used to commun cats, wildcats remain for us a quite unknown animals category. This small predators are adapted to various environments all over the world. This series confirms that felines are of course very commun but still curious specie.
h/t: Fubiz
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12 thoughts on “Mysterious Wildcats by Joel Sartore

  1. Just an hour ago I was watching his show on PBS “Rare: Creatures of the Photo Ark.” Tonight was part 2 and next week is the final episode. It shows how he gets some of these pictures and how endangered some of these animals are. Amazing photography.
    Jan

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  2. Reblogged this on weggieboy's blog and commented:

    Feeling zapped today, but here are some fantastic photos by the Nebraskan photographer Joel Sartore to fill your need for more kitties, more! more! more! I understand your need. Andy and Dougy need a break today, too. We’re all dragging.

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  3. Love them all …. But at this very moment I vote for the Sand Cat…..
    Hilarious and funny!
    Some of the other animals are completely new to me …
    Great collection, really!

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