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InternationalCatDay Meet Africa’s smallest cat and it’s also the world’s deadliest – here’s why

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According to the National Geographic, the cat weighs less than 5 pounds, making it one of the smallest cats in Africa.


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Unfortunately, the deadliest cat in the world isn’t a lion or tiger.

It is actually the black-footed cat and it’s the cutest little kitty you will ever see.

According to the National Geographic, the cat weighs less than 5 pounds, making it one of the smallest cats in Africa.

The black-footed cat goes hunting for prey every night, and 60% of her hunts are successful making the highest hit rate of any wild cat.

This new video from the BBC’s “Big Cats” series features an adorable black-footed cat nicknamed Gyra and shows why she’s oh so deadly.

 

Check it out above.

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