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Wildcats restored to Scottish Highlands
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17 November 2023
On 17 November 2023 Yale Environment 360 reported:
Scottish wildcats, which measure around 25 percent bigger than domestic cats, were once common in Scotland, but as of 2019, only around 30 remained in the wild. To boost their numbers, the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland began nurturing young cats at a wildlife park in Kingussie. Over the past three months, conservationists set loose 19 of these cats into the forested Cairngorm Mountains in the first phase of a plan to release some 60 wildcats.
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