New populations of wildcats discovered in Catalonia

An international research team has discovered previously unknown populations of wildcats in Catalonia. The team is led by the University of Gothenburg’s Ferran Sayol.

In Catalonia on the northwest Iberian peninsula, scientists and biologists are working together to find new populations of wildcats that have remained undiscovered for decades. Thanks to this project, which involves expert identification of pictures taken at night by photo traps, two new populations have been discovered.

Link to full article: Photo traps reveal new populations of wildcat in Catalonia