Web lecture: Leopard Cats In Singapore: Surprising discoveries in our forests, but are they here to stay?
I did a web lecture for the Singapore Wildcat Action Group on 4 Jul 2020 about leopard cats in Singapore. The talk summarises what we know about the last wildcat remaining in the city state including its ecology, population genetics, threats (chiefly habitat loss and road mortality), and what can be done to ensure their survival.
The video was recorded and available here:
Thanks for your effort in letting the public knows more about Leopard Cat in Singapore.
My name is Billy Teo from URA. We would like to use your Leopard Cat’s image in our gallery and am writing to ask for your permission. To also create awareness that we still have these amazing wildlife in our midst.