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Snow Leopards of Northern India

Dina Mishev writes How a lifelong obsession with snow leopards led me to northern India: It is an afternoon toward the end of our stay at the lodge that Namgail spots snow leopards: a mom and two cubs, maybe even the ones of which Norboo and I saw the tracks. We spent days driving up…

Thirsty Koala Drinks from Cyclist’s Water Bottle

  View this post on Instagram   There were about a dozen cyclists around me watching this (all men) and several commented that it was genuinely the best thing they’ve witnessed. What a truly wonderful experience. Check out my previous posts this morning for explanation. : : : #cyclingtips #cycling #roadcycling #roadbike #roadbikelife #lifeonabike #travelbybike…

Friday Catblogging: Facts About Jaguars

Daisy Hernandez offers 7 Amazing Facts About Jaguars, One of the World’s Coolest Cats (‘The big cats are among the fiercest apex predators in the world’).  If one is to be a predator, it’s best to be an apex predator:  According to Live Science, jaguars are “the biggest cats in the Americas” and weigh up…

Friday Catblogging: First lynx born in the Catalan Pyrenees for more than a century

A press release from the MónNatura Pirineus Wildlife Recovery Center release tells the tale: Today [8.9.19], the first lynx born in the Catalan Pyrenees for more than a century has been presented at MónNatura Pirineus. The animal, which is in perfect health, was born on May 28 at the MónNatura Pirineus Wildlife Recovery Center and…

Friday Catblogging: Lion Relocation

How the world’s largest lion relocation was pulled off https://t.co/5KvE5wiUMz via @NatGeo— John Adams (@DailyAdams) June 7, 2019 Paul Steyn reports How the world’s largest lion relocation was pulled off: When he [Jorge Thozo, chief of the Thozo community] was a child, numerous prides of lions roamed the game-rich wetlands of the Zambezi Delta. But…

Friday Catblogging: Utah bobcat released back into the wild

Erin Alberty reports A Utah bobcat named Mr. Murderbritches was just released back into the wild — and the video is going viral: A Utah bobcat now known as Mr. Murderbritches is rapidly gaining notoriety on social media as a video circulates of Murderbritches snarling and swiping at wildlife officers who try to free him…

Friday Catblogging: Not Humans After All

A years-long search for a serial cat killer has found unexpected culprits. Amy Held reports London Police Outfoxed, Abandon 3-Year Search For Serial Cat Killer: It was a damp and dreary November nearly three years ago, when the London Metropolitan Police decided it was time to act. People kept calling with reports of grisly findings:…

Friday Catblogging: Lynx

The trial reintroduction of six Eurasian lynx in the Kielder Forest in Northumberland has become more likely as 100% of the landowners approached so far have given their approval. Read the full story: https://t.co/AdtJONrThM ? Neville Buck pic.twitter.com/5avhPHXpCr — BBC Wildlife (@WildlifeMag) August 14, 2018