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Q hermoso animal y la foto es muy buena, se que es bien raro ver uno salvaje.
Wow nice spotting.
thats so kingly-looking
Lindo! que difícil de ver en libertad felicitaciones!, sé que hay algunos de estos cerca de la casa en los llanos pero no les he logrado fotografiar.
Absolutely lovely looking cat ! - I hope he's safe...
Nice spotting and amazing photo, if I'm not mistaken they are also found in the southern tip of Texas but are very endangered if not extinct in the area already, same as the ocelot, which I hope to see one day.
WOW! Gorgeous cat and remarkable photography. Congratulations!
Congratulations Alejandro!Grate photo!
Great spot, Alejandro.
Wow Alejandro, thanks for sharing this incredible feline encounter with us. We've chosen it as spotting of the day!"The Jaguarundi is a fascinating feline unlike any other cat in its appearance. It is often called 'Otter cat' because of its close resemblance to the otter. Jaguarundi originally emigrated from Asia across the Bering Land Bridge and descended from the puma."Facebook: http://facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151...Twitter: http://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/19...
What a beauty!
Great job. What a great pic!
Que bella foto, Alejo! He agregado dos links, uno a Encyclopedia of Life y el otro a Wikipedia, para futura referencia.Te sugiero agregarlo tambien a la misión Captive Animals :)
Wow, great spotting!
Wow, it looks great.
Neat looking cat. I too had not heard of this. Here's a link... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaguarundi
Spotted on Dec 22, 2011 Submitted on Feb 20, 2012
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