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Felis catus

Feral Cat at suppressed

Felis catus at suppressed - 22 Apr 2023
Felis catus at suppressed - 22 Apr 2023
Felis catus at suppressed - 22 Apr 2023
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Identification history

Felis catus 26 May 2023 BLSHTwo
Vulpes vulpes 8 May 2023 CarbonAI
Felis catus 8 May 2023 MichaelMulvaney
Dasyurus maculatus 22 Apr 2023 bufferzone

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so really need assistance with this one please, these pictures are poor quality and are from a bush camera and I have not tried to enhance them, perhaps some one can, so either its a cat or a spotted quoll the nose is pointed and the body is cat like we thought possible possum but unsure the unfiltered picture seems to have spots not stripes like a cat anyway hoping some one can identify it correctly thanks I will try a different Camera and see if I can get a Clearer picture


BLSHTwo wrote:
   26 Apr 2023
Hi there, as much as I would like it to be a Quoll, unfortunately I believe it is just a cat. Spotted-tailed Quolls tend to be much stockier, have shorter legs, a longer snout and a much longer tail. Certainly possible to get them in the area you have your camera so I would definitely keep trying!
bufferzone wrote:
   26 Apr 2023
thanks BLSHTwo time for Baits and traps,
bufferzone wrote:
   8 May 2023
Definitely a Cat Carbon AI sorry your wrong hehe

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Species information

  • Felis catus Scientific name
  • Feral Cat Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Exotic
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 1 Abundance
  • 22 Apr 2023 12:05 PM Recorded on
  • bufferzone Recorded by

Additional information

  • Alive / healthy Animal health

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