Critically endangered jungle cat seen in Chiang Mai sanctuary

A rare species of wild cat has been proven to still exist in a wildlife sanctuary in Northern Thailand, where the beautiful creature was captured by an unmanned camera.
Parinya Padungtin, a wildlife photographer, shared the astonishing photo on his Facebook on Saturday. He has had a camera running continually for over a month in Chaing Mai’s Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary, and the effort paid off when he captured this image of the curious jungle cat.
The jungle cat, sometimes locally called a “rabbit tiger,” is said to be the rarest wild feline in Thailand. They are the size of domestic cats, and

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