We know: You’re having a bit of a rough morning after the New Year’s festivities, and aren’t quite up for the rigours of the day. Don’t worry, we’ve got this covered. Forget about depressing news or complicated concepts, and enjoy this tree full of wild cats.
The 2,000-year-old remains of a carefully decorated and deliberately buried juvenile bobcat has scientists wondering if it’s the first example of feline domestication in the prehistoric Americas.
Earlier this week, a Florida resident was taking a stroll along Vero Beach in Florida's Sebastian Inlet State Park when he saw a bobcat staring at a shark that was feeding on smaller fish. But suddenly, the hunter became the hunted.
Heed our warning: do not trifle with bobcats.