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There is nothing like big ears to pick up the slightest sound. Remember the old photos of the hearing aids that were just a cone people held up to their ears to collect sound...well mother nature has a few like that too.
Servals are very cool cats...they are nocturnal so finding them during the day is a treat...this was around dusk but still enough light to get some color in their fur. They can hear voles and mice in amongst the high grasses and will leap up and pounce on them...they also have NBA ups and will snatch low flying birds as well...a pretty neat cat with markings between a leopard and a cheetah and about double to triple the size of a house cat.
The second is a genet...they come in two flavors...large spotted and small spotted...it is the size of the spots not the animal that differentiates them by name. While cat like in looks they are more closely related to weasels. Also nocturnal, they hunt lizards, small mammals and insects...sorry for the eye shine but no option at the time.
Lastly is the bat eared fox...one of my favorite critters...it is an insectivore and uses those satellite like dish ears to pick up those weak insect noises.
3 Debated about the centering...kept as is
6 Bat eared fox...I have more of these but have to find them...