This video says about itself:
First known footage of elusive African golden cat in daylight
28 January 2015
Extremely elusive African golden cat shown hunting red colobus monkeys.
Wildlife Extra writes about this:
Film footage of the very rare and elusive African golden cat has been captured in Uganda by scientists from Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
A camera trap recorded the wild cat hunting red colobus monkeys gathered around and feeding on the dead wood of a tree stump during daylight in Kibale National Park, Uganda.
The African golden cat is found only in the forests of Central and West Africa, and grows to the size of a bobcat, weighing between 5-16 kilograms. Very few western scientists have observed the living animal in the wild and almost all records of the African golden cat consist of photographs taken by remote camera traps, or of dead animals.
This is the first photo ever taken of Bouvier’s red colobus monkey, a rare primate native to the forests of the Republic of Congo. A pair of independent researchers, primatologists Lieven Devreese and Gaël Elie Gnondo Gobolo, took the image in Ntokou-Pikounda National Park: here.
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