For the first time documented: wild cats-mother defends Young against Wolf

wild cats-mothers defend their offspring stubbornly and with great courage, even against a Wolf. This is demonstrated by recordings of a wildlife camera from th

For the first time documented: wild cats-mother defends Young against Wolf

wild cats-mothers defend their offspring stubbornly and with great courage, even against a Wolf. This is demonstrated by recordings of a wildlife camera from the Colbitz-Letzlinger Heide in the North of Magdeburg (Saxony-Anhalt). Around 20 minutes of a wild cat defended their in a hollow tree trunk sitting boy, like the German wild animal Foundation announced on Monday.

"The coat is placed, the ears are directed forward. Again and again she makes threatening a hunchback and hisses,“ is how wildlife spokeswoman Eva Goris. It is only in the dawn of the Wolf abandoned his project, unsuccessfully, and had disappeared without a prey.

A wild cat weighs between three and five kilograms. A Wolf brings 30 to 50 kilograms on the scale. "The willingness of a wild cat, to provide for their young even to the Wolf, have been documented for the first Time," said wild cat expert Malte Götz. The recordings come from the 22. May. They emerged in the context of a study of the Habitat requirements of wild cats are far away from the studied forested mountain regions.

Updated Date: 13 July 2020, 12:21

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