Get to know the smallest wild cat in the world!
The journalists of the British television channel BBC were lucky: after numerous fruitless attempts they still managed to make a videotape which introduce you to the world's smallest predatory cat in the natural living conditions. Rusty, or spotty-red cat - a predator the size of half a meter, living in the jungles of India and Sri Lanka. She is 200 times smaller lion - but in hunting skill it will not lag behind!
When you look at her, it seems like a little domestic cat ran into the forest and now wanders there, lonely and scared. But it is not so! Rusty or the spotty-red cat is the smallest feline predator in the world. She is lives in the jungles of India and Sri Lanka, and in hunting rage will not yield lion, although it weighs 200 times less than him. The weight of the rusted cat is about kilogram, and an adult easily fits in the human palm. AND yet this predator is dangerous! Journalists on the BBC channel have long hunted for little predator until finally they managed to take it off in the natural living conditions.
A miniature rusty cat can perfectly disguise itself in forest thickets.
Although the rusty cat is small in size, with its audacity and curiosity it will give odds even to large cat predators.
Rusty cat can absolutely silently sneak up on prey and Flawlessly make your way in the jungle full of dangers.
The film about the rusty cat will be released on the BBC channel in the Big Cats series. For filming this series of films about wildlife film crew traveled 14 countries, having shot representatives of 31 of 40 species of wild feline predators.
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