Residing solely on the island of Borneo, Bay Cat is also known as Bornean Bay Cat, Bornean Red Cat or Bornean Cat. So reclusive is this cat that it was only in the last decade that the first live specimen was successfully photographed. Bearing close genetic resemblance to the Asian Golden Cat, it is in fact smaller in size – weighing up to ten pounds and having a body length of just under three feet, including tail.Pardofelis Badia, the Bay Cat is described to occur in two different color variants – reddish brown and bluish gray. Light colored spots exist on undersides and limbs. Face and tail is marked with white stripes, the latter ending in a white tip. Ears are rounded and dark colored, as is the head, marked often by an ‘M-shaped’ marking. The cat’s teeth are unique and the overall appearance bears a striking resemblance with the Jaguarundi.Very little is known about the behavior, diet and activity patterns of this reclusive feline. It is believed to feed on small animals and monkeys as well as birds and carrion. The reproductive profile of the Bay Cat is also poorly understood.The Bay Cat is so named since nearly all… Read full this story
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