Author 'Nicoledesplat' (Id 198998 ) : The smaller the more difficult they are to detect cats in the Park Nesles, here is a 'Leopard Cat Bengal' on the lookout.
We can distinguish no less than 11 sub-species of cats leopards. In the same line as the fishing cat and the cat flat head, it is also a very good swimmer.
It is a species that is dependent of the water and vegetation cover, it's so not in the areas where the snow exceeds 10cm thick, or in desert areas.
Light brown in color with black spots on the body, it is a nice cat, but unfortunately, the man in the hybrid with the domestic cat from the 80's.
The race outcome of this cross called Bengal or Bengali is against nature, because the two lines have diverged 6 million years, and they do not breed in the wild...
The emergence of this concept is fairly recent in the parks, zoos, since trying to keep the lines pure, and not to create a hybrid intra-species.