Big Cats

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Gary Oak wrote: May 5th, 2021, 9:38 pm That’s three more additions to the Amur tiger gene pool. In Canada too. Hopefully China is putting a death sentence on anyone who poaches these endangered cats as they did their pandas. That death sentence works over there. https://www.iheartradio.ca/610cktb/1.15 ... ZYnBc_Bfgc
Yeah right...More like the Chinese will up the price of tiger penis aphrodisiacs.


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With everyone watching everyone to rat over there I imagine that the death penalty would work as it did for the panda. China has a lot of amazing animals. If they can stop the poaching I believe that in a mere twenty years their forests will be rival any other place in the world.
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Here’s a much smaller Chinese wildcat caught on film for the first time. The Chinese Mountain Cat.
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Looks quite a bit like our domesticated ones, and if I saw it here I would trap it, and take it off someplace else.
Being the tail id quite large I might think different though.
Of course I talk to myself. Sometimes I need expert advise, and a good conversation.

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