The Gulf Coast Jaguarundi are an extremely rare species of cat, found only in specific parts of Northern America – in the Western Gulf coastal grasslands of southern United States and Northwestern Mexico. These highly endangered weasel-like wild cats are on the brink of extinction, as more and more of their natural habitat is destroyed.
THE FLAT-HEADED CAT. This very rare and elusive species occurs from Southern Thailand through the Malay peninsula to Sumatra and Borneo. The Flat-Headed Cat weighs 5.5 - 8 kg, is nocturnal, and inhabits river margins and swampy areas where it hunts for small mammals, birds, amphibians and fish . It is listed as vulnerable with principal threats being water pollution, especially by oil, organochlorides, and heavy metal.