Nature's Greatest Moments - Animal Antics - Birds & Habitats
NATURE & WILDLIFE
From mysterious lynx to athletic servals and water-bound jungle cats, the little cats of the world are some of the most fascinating and ruthless predators on the planet.
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Doclights GmbH / NDR Naturfilm
Episode InformationWe’re all familiar with the magnificent big cats of the world. Whether it’s lions, tigers or leopards we can all imagine them stalking forests and plains in search of a suitable meal. But there’s another group of cats that are well worth our attention too – little cats. Though much smaller in stature to their fearsome cousins, they are no less magnificent and actually have a much greater hunting success rate. They thrive in almost every habitat on earth, and each has carved out its own niche and predatory techniques. From silvery lynx roaming the forests of Europe to slender servals living on the African bush and jungle cats prowling Asian wetlands, little cats are endlessly adaptable. And wherever they’re found, they are ruthless and flexible hunters capable of tackling all sorts of prey. Get ready to meet the little cats!