Sand Cat Kittens Filmed in the Wild for First Time | Nat Geo Wild

    Researchers captured first-ever video of sand kittens in the wild.
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    Grégory Breton of the global wild cat conservation group Panthera and his colleagues spotted the three young felines as they drove through the Moroccan Sahara in the dark early morning. They believe the kittens to be six to eight weeks old. Sand cats are hard to spot because their fur blends in with their surroundings and their tracks are barely visible.

    Learn more about wild small cats in “Out of the Shadows, the Wildcats You’ve Never Seen.”
    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/02/photo-ark-little-cats/

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