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Small wild cat, probably female, it had the size of a big domestic cat.
Hi Carolina thanks for the details....was so curious about the 3 different cats and how they differ....they all looks so similar. All equally as beautiful!
It is similar in features, Annalisa. Oncilla (Tigrillo in spanish) is smaller than the Ocelot and Margay.Here you can see Project Noah explaining some of their differences: https://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/pos... :)
it looks like an Ocelot?....or is it just similar in features....beautiful spotting. http://www.sabalolodge.com/ocelot.html
Sounds like you are doing a very worthwhile job there Juan! :)
JuanSebastianVillamil... Beautiful spotting.. Could you please re-post the last 3 photos into another spotting?
I dont return them my self, i usually give them to specialist. is a long and difficult process, so i just breed them with the condition that some of them must be return in my area.
I am sure that many people would be interested in seeing more photos of such a beautiful animal! Do you breed them to return to the wild?
I do, this particular specie lives near by Bogotá, so in my free time i run a breed program in a farm of my own, and sometimes take care of wounded animals that local farmers find.if you want ill send you more pics.
Are you involved with rehabilitation or conservation with this species Juan?
even more beautiful when babies.
What a beautiful cat!
Lat: 4.30, Long: -74.30
Spotted on Jun 15, 2011 Submitted on Oct 16, 2011
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