Scottish Wildcat Endures The Shame Of Being Saved By An ENGLISH Zoo.
The conservationists are doing everything they can to bring these rare mammals back from the edge of extinction.
Conservation breeding in the zoo is a key element in the wider plan for the survival of the species. The zoologists are working with the help and knowledge of carnivore experts to breed Scottish wildcats and to increase the net population. They also hope that they would be able to release the offspring of these wildcats into the Highlands of Scotland in the near future. The specialists wish a safe and normal life for these felines without any threats to their existence.
They are also strictly monitoring all the areas in the Scottish Highlands.
They have cameras there and also use these to identify areas where these wildcats are thriving and the areas where they suffer the most.
This project is a national priority and also focuses on the importance of zoos helping save species like the Scottish Wildcats. They are also to be credited for all the efforts in maximizing the chances of maintaining the respectable population of these stunning felines in the long run.
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