This is how cats catch their rides in Thailand...

After all Darwin was right, adapt and evolve.

By MARTINA BIALEK
July 25, 2016 16:32
Rotem the sand cat with her babies

Rotem the sand cat with her babies. (photo credit: TIBOR YAGER)

 
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