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We are delighted to present the second special issue on small wild cats that covers seven species with important updates on their distribution, tenacity and adaptability. Obtaining such information is now possible because of camera trapping becoming affordable and popular. The enthusiasm of the authors who contributed to this issue will hopefully inspire you.
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