Caturday felid: the rare Borneo bay cat
The species is endemic to Borneo, and was first collected by Alfred Russel Wallace. The ears are curiously short, and there is nice striping on the head. It’s small (6-8 lb., the size of a house cat), is a denizen of tropic forests, and is rumored to eat monkeys…
“Researchers suspect there are less than 2,500 mature bay cats left in the wild.  The species is endemic to Borneo and rampant deforestation is the main threat…”
(read more: Why Evolution Is True)

Caturday felid: the rare Borneo bay cat

The species is endemic to Borneo, and was first collected by Alfred Russel Wallace. The ears are curiously short, and there is nice striping on the head. It’s small (6-8 lb., the size of a house cat), is a denizen of tropic forests, and is rumored to eat monkeys…

“Researchers suspect there are less than 2,500 mature bay cats left in the wild.  The species is endemic to Borneo and rampant deforestation is the main threat…”

(read more: Why Evolution Is True)

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