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All rights reserved. For a plucky little forest cat, the key to survival might just be "monkey see, monkey do. The margay picture , or tree ocelot, mimics monkey calls to draw in prey, the nonprofit Wildlife Conservation Society WCS announced Thursday. Scientists in the Amazon rain forest's Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke, near Manaus, Brazil , heard a margay imitating the call of a baby pied tamarin monkey in It was the first—and so far, only—scientifically documented case of a cat imitating a prey species in the Americas, team member Fabio Rohe, a researcher for the New York-based nonprofit WCS, said in an email.
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Rohe added that he's unaware of any other predators in the world using vocal mimicry as a hunting tool. Though the high-pitched squeal was a "poor imitation" of a baby, it was similar enough to attract curious adult tamarins feeding nearby, Rohe said. But when the monkeys crept closer, they spotted the margay and escaped before the cat could attack. Download a margay kitten picture as wallpaper.
Listed as near threatened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature IUCN —meaning it's likely to face a high risk of extinction in the near future—the margay is a spotted cat that grows to about 7 pounds 3. The cat's chief threats are habitat destruction, the market for exotic pets and pelts, and angry farmers, known to shoot margays who raid poultry stocks, according to IUCN. Despite the margay's lack of success that day, the observation suggests the cats use surprising "psychological cunning" to nab their dinner, Rohe said.