Mountain servals

Though difficult to find, servals are surprisingly common in the Aberdares Range in Kenya. They spend the day hunting mice and moles. It takes real stealth and patience to catch the prey on offer in the area. A rare genetic mutation has meant that half the population in the area are now totally black. With a lack of competitors they may actually benefit from the extra warmth absorbed by a black coat.

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