European Wildcat (24/25)

The European wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris) is the wildcat nominate subspecies that inhabits forests of Western, Southern Central and Eastern Europe up to the Caucasus Mountains. It is absent in Scandinavia and has been extirpated in England and Wales.

In France, European wildcats are predominantly nocturnal, but are also active in the daytime when undisturbed by human activities.

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