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Scientists have filmed the extremely secretive bay cat (Catopuma badia) in a new location that is about 64 kilometers (40 miles) outside its currently known distribution range in Borneo. The chestnut-colored cat, also called the Bornean cat, is found only in Borneo and is one of the least known wild cats in the world. It is currently listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List.
originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
a reply to: Astyanax
If this is a fake it's a very good one...
However if it's not i'm sure, the gait seems feline but the body structure looks equine. My heart wants to believe but my brain says it's fake.
Borneo is in danger of losing all of it's wild species due to palm oil plantations and deforestation.
Avoid buying anything with palm oil if you can help it.
originally posted by: Astyanax
Camera-trap footage from Kalimantan (Borneo) showing an unidentified species of feline predator.
Researchers from Indonesian and British universities set up the camera. They’re keeping the exact location secret for fear of poachers.
The jungles of Southeast Asia still hold a myriad of surprises.
originally posted by: IShotMyLastMuse
not gonna lie, got a bit of a chill from the video.
Felt almost like looking back in time but it's the wild unknown present...
look guys i haven't had my cappuccino yet, i'll get more coherent i promise
originally posted by: SlowNail
Looks like Fossa of Madagascar with the face of a cheetah or something.