Hidden cameras capture the South African wild civet rhino back hitchhiking wonders

A hidden camera to capture a wild civet beast in one of Africa’s biggest rhino back hitchhiking spectacle.

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Beijing time on September 29, according to foreign media reports, a hidden camera to capture a wild civet beast in one of Africa’s biggest rhino back hitchhiking spectacle.

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The animal was discovered riding a rhino and a buffalo’s back. Although the exact motivation for it to do so is unclear, but it was suspected that the purpose parked in that place is waiting to prey being driven out of these behemoths, then pounced. This incredible thing happened in South Africa Hluhluwe – 伊姆福洛兹 Park.

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If the local conservation organization “wild action (Wildlife Act)” is not placed a hidden camera in the right place, it is likely not notice the cat’s strange behavior only incense. This organization with a camera trap monitoring endangered species, help arrested poachers. Surprisingly, the camera not once but twice captured this strange scene.

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“Wild action” volunteer park rangers are convinced that every time the same only fragrant cat. In fact, these administrators believe that this is by far the record for the first time in the field with the camera to this behavior. The camera traps photographed this interesting scenario since the Hluhluwe – Volunteer Administrator 伊姆福洛兹 Park called it “Jackson.” Only civet and even become a network famed.

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Photos displayed cat-like creature riding on the back of a rhino and a buffalo rider. It was previously found among other animals have similar behavior, especially impala and baboons. Impala put baboon used as a “warning system.” But the “wild action” Zoe – Lu He said that they found these two animals together the first time. She said: “make it even more interesting is that it appears more than once.”

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Other camera traps to capture the photos show, the cat did the same incense only the second time. Camera traps used in the case of non-infringement of privacy wildlife monitoring them. They are triggered movement, using non-irritating flash. Studies photos can reveal the movement and behavior of animals, and these movements and behavior are usually not observed by other methods.

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Morgan said:. “.. This may be similar to the behavior of their Cattle Egret riding on the cow’s back, waiting for these insects to large animals out of the use of the favorable location of incense cat may find small prey” Since photographed these interesting pictures since, “wild action” organization began to plan placement of camera traps at the same location of a remote control, the aim is to see whether a more accurate record of such behavior.

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Although this strange behavior makes one feel a little confused, but experts as “wild action” effectiveness Simon – Morgan nocturnal animals only seems eager to make friends with a theoretical reasons.

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He said: “It may be the same only fragrant cat, because these photos are in the same place camera traps captured Although we realize that this is by far the record for the first time found that such behavior, but we want to know what other people are. not record a similar thing. we use the camera in exactly the same place over and over again to capture this scene surprised. “

More surprising is that it not only in an animal to do so. We’re not sure exactly how it is, but after reading these photos, you’ll be discerned. Only fragrant cat is simply riding on the back of rhino and buffalo. Another few photos show where it stopped near the head.

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Hong cats and cats, and mongooses are more recent. Under normal circumstances, they spotted fur, a long striped tail, a small head and a pair of large ears.

Hidden cameras capture the South African wild civet rhino back hitchhiking wonders

If the local conservation organization “wild action” not placed a hidden camera in the right place, it is likely not notice the cat’s strange behavior only incense. This organization with a camera trap monitoring endangered species, help arrested poachers.

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