My colleague Joanna Nasar and I embark on a new project, “Cat in Water,” to track and document the elusive fishing cat. Learn more about the expedition, and stay tuned for more cross-postings as the project continues. First up…a new population of this rare cat has been discovered in Thailand. Check out Cats Discovered.
February 22, 2011
Fishing Cats Discovered
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