The cat of the sands or cat of the desert is one of the most elusive felines that exist. There are few specimens and those that live in freedom scarcely leave traces, they mix with the environment because of their fur and they have nocturnal life cycles. To top it off, its habitat has been severely reduced by human activity. Now, after four years of research in North Africa, a team of conservationists has captured a litter of desert kittens in the wild for the first time on video.

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