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Margay in its natural habitat
by Juan Carlos Vindas on Fivehundredpx
Margay in its natural habitat | photo by Juan Carlos Vindas
Margay cat, very rare, often mistaken for the Ocelot. This is the only cat whose hind legs rotate 180° allowing them to run head first down trees.
Margay (Leopardus wiedii) resting on forest floor
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Leopardus pardalis by Claudia Rocchini, via Flickr Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) The Ocelot inhabits the forests and scrublands of Mexico, Central America, and northeastern South America.
theanimaleffect: Margay artis IMG_0145 by j.a.kok on Flickr.༺ ♠ ŦƶȠ ♠ ༻
~~Fox Cubs by JLQ831~~
White-throated Magpie-jay | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
♂ wildlife photography Lion in snow by Willian T Hornday
Photograph Margay by Tony Rath on 500px
("THE ENDANGERED MARGAY IS A SMALL SPOTTED CAT, (UP TO 9lbs), THAT ROAMS THE RAINFOREST FROM MEXICO TO ARGETINA. A SKILLFUL CLIMBER, IT IS ONE OF ONLY TWO CAT SPECIES WITH THE ANKLE FLEXIBILITY NECESSARY TO CLIMB HEAD-FIRST DOWN TREES.
Bee Eaters ~ Two Pairs! ~ "Togetherness!" (Photo By: Kirill Trubitsyn.)
Sumatran Tiger Reflection Photography . Yes, I am beautiful aren't I? In my head he sounds like the Dos Equis guys.
The South American coati, or ring-tailed coati (Nasua nasua), is a species of coati from tropical and subtropical South America. In Brazilian Portuguese it is known as quati. (photo by Megan Lorenz)