360 VR MEET THE RAREST BIG CAT SPECIES IN WORLD
02:10 · 2019
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Natalia is an Amur Leopard, the rarest cat species in the world. She is 17 years old and came to her forever home, here at Big Cat Rescue, in 2017. There are only around 100 Amur Leopards left in the wild and the future of the species is uncertain, as they balance on the brink of extinction. We do not believe these cats should live in cages, but because Natalia was born and raised in captivity, she can never be released back into the wild. Now she is at Big Cat Rescue she will join us in educating the public about the plight of her species and advocating for her wild counterparts.
Take an up close and purrsonel 360 look at this magnificent girl!
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