Caught on camera
An elusive bay cat was recently caught on camera in Borneo
The mysterious creatures have been only rarely caught on film.
The first bay cat was photographed in 1998. Deforestation is threatening the species, which lives only on the island of Borneo.
The IUCN lists the bay cat as endangered.
Here, a female gray bay cat caught on camera trap.
A bay cat caught on camera trap in Borneo
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