The director of Panthera France Gregory Breston and colleagues were in expedition in the Moroccan Sahara and in their way to giving up on the 25/9 until they hear something in the bushes.
it was 2 am three pairs of eyes emerge in the middle of nowhere beneath the shrubs Gregory and his colleagues pulled out their spot lamps a start looking who was the owner of that glared eyes and they fou d that those Nocturnal creatures were a group of young sand cats in their natural habitat.
The sand cat is really hard nearly impossible to observe them in the wild due to their hiding performance form everything, Alexandra Silwa (Gregory colleague) she spots them with lamps of the roof of the car and they found the three tiny cat playing alone at 2 am in the Sahara.
The sand kitten is very stealthy creatures and leaves no chance to the photographer but in this case, they were really lucky.
Gregory and his team use special equipment ( camouflage) to accomplish their mission.
We believe this was the first time researchers ever documented wild sand cat kittens in their African range,” said Gregory.
They estimate the age of the small cats were 6 to 8 weeks old The three little kitten huddled together and watch Gregory’s team working in the footage of that wonderful Discovery.