Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia

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Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia

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Jumat, 08 Jul 2022 09:00 WIB

Kolombia - Seekor Jaguarundi albino, spesies kucing h utan langka, ditemukan pertama kali di Kolombia. Seluruh tubuhnya berwarna putih dengan mata merah.

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA - JULY 6:  The biologist Karen H., who works in the Medellin conservation park, is preparing a study of the response to certain stimuli of the Feline, such as odors and textures, to measure its ability to adapt to the new environment. The park's biologists measure their ability to increase their other senses such as smell, which is the most developed. First albino wild feline of Colombia lives in the conservation park of Medellin. The feline of which its race is still unknown, the researchers have two theories for the race of the feline between jaguar and ocelot. The curious individual who is now a juvenile, is 8 months old and weighs 8.4 kilograms, entered the conservation park and has received medical-veterinary care. Habitat is adapted according to their needs, which is equipped with medium lighting, since the feline, due to her condition of albinism, suffers from photosensitivity and due to her visual deficiency. Currently, the animal has shown an important adaptation developing all its natural hunting behavior. Normally it is the mother who teaches these animals to hunt, but in the Conservation Park there has been an enrichment and she, in a natural way, has developed all this behavior, taking into account that the Albino Feline will never be able to return to its natural habitat. , since his conditions including partial blindness and white skin color do not allow him to blend in with the natural environment, this prevents him from being able to hunt easily and not be hunted by other animals. There are only 3 albino felines are registered in Latin America. (Photo by Jorge Calle/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Kucing liar albino pertama Kolombia terlihat di taman konservasi Medellin, Kolombia, Kamis (6/7/2022) waktu setempat.

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA - JULY 6:  The biologist Karen H., who works in the Medellin conservation park, is preparing a study of the response to certain stimuli of the Feline, such as odors and textures, to measure its ability to adapt to the new environment. The park's biologists measure their ability to increase their other senses such as smell, which is the most developed. First albino wild feline of Colombia lives in the conservation park of Medellin. The feline of which its race is still unknown, the researchers have two theories for the race of the feline between jaguar and ocelot. The curious individual who is now a juvenile, is 8 months old and weighs 8.4 kilograms, entered the conservation park and has received medical-veterinary care. Habitat is adapted according to their needs, which is equipped with medium lighting, since the feline, due to her condition of albinism, suffers from photosensitivity and due to her visual deficiency. Currently, the animal has shown an important adaptation developing all its natural hunting behavior. Normally it is the mother who teaches these animals to hunt, but in the Conservation Park there has been an enrichment and she, in a natural way, has developed all this behavior, taking into account that the Albino Feline will never be able to return to its natural habitat. , since his conditions including partial blindness and white skin color do not allow him to blend in with the natural environment, this prevents him from being able to hunt easily and not be hunted by other animals. There are only 3 albino felines are registered in Latin America. (Photo by Jorge Calle/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Seekor Jaguarundi albino, spesies kucing hutan langka, ditemukan pertama kali di Lembah Aburra dekat Medellin, Kolombia.   

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA - JULY 6:  The biologist Karen H., who works in the Medellin conservation park, is preparing a study of the response to certain stimuli of the Feline, such as odors and textures, to measure its ability to adapt to the new environment. The park's biologists measure their ability to increase their other senses such as smell, which is the most developed. First albino wild feline of Colombia lives in the conservation park of Medellin. The feline of which its race is still unknown, the researchers have two theories for the race of the feline between jaguar and ocelot. The curious individual who is now a juvenile, is 8 months old and weighs 8.4 kilograms, entered the conservation park and has received medical-veterinary care. Habitat is adapted according to their needs, which is equipped with medium lighting, since the feline, due to her condition of albinism, suffers from photosensitivity and due to her visual deficiency. Currently, the animal has shown an important adaptation developing all its natural hunting behavior. Normally it is the mother who teaches these animals to hunt, but in the Conservation Park there has been an enrichment and she, in a natural way, has developed all this behavior, taking into account that the Albino Feline will never be able to return to its natural habitat. , since his conditions including partial blindness and white skin color do not allow him to blend in with the natural environment, this prevents him from being able to hunt easily and not be hunted by other animals. There are only 3 albino felines are registered in Latin America. (Photo by Jorge Calle/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Jaguarundi yang berjenis kelamin betina ini seluruh tubuhnya berwarna putih dengan mata merah.  

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA - JULY 6:  The biologist Karen H., who works in the Medellin conservation park, is preparing a study of the response to certain stimuli of the Feline, such as odors and textures, to measure its ability to adapt to the new environment. The park's biologists measure their ability to increase their other senses such as smell, which is the most developed. First albino wild feline of Colombia lives in the conservation park of Medellin. The feline of which its race is still unknown, the researchers have two theories for the race of the feline between jaguar and ocelot. The curious individual who is now a juvenile, is 8 months old and weighs 8.4 kilograms, entered the conservation park and has received medical-veterinary care. Habitat is adapted according to their needs, which is equipped with medium lighting, since the feline, due to her condition of albinism, suffers from photosensitivity and due to her visual deficiency. Currently, the animal has shown an important adaptation developing all its natural hunting behavior. Normally it is the mother who teaches these animals to hunt, but in the Conservation Park there has been an enrichment and she, in a natural way, has developed all this behavior, taking into account that the Albino Feline will never be able to return to its natural habitat. , since his conditions including partial blindness and white skin color do not allow him to blend in with the natural environment, this prevents him from being able to hunt easily and not be hunted by other animals. There are only 3 albino felines are registered in Latin America. (Photo by Jorge Calle/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Diketahui, albino merupakan kelainan akibat ketidakmampuan menghasilkan pigmen yang mewarnai kulit pada mata dan rambutnya. Kelainan albino yang dialami Jaguarundi ini membuatnya jadi rentan dimangsa predator.  

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA - JULY 6:  The biologist Karen H., who works in the Medellin conservation park, is preparing a study of the response to certain stimuli of the Feline, such as odors and textures, to measure its ability to adapt to the new environment. The park's biologists measure their ability to increase their other senses such as smell, which is the most developed. First albino wild feline of Colombia lives in the conservation park of Medellin. The feline of which its race is still unknown, the researchers have two theories for the race of the feline between jaguar and ocelot. The curious individual who is now a juvenile, is 8 months old and weighs 8.4 kilograms, entered the conservation park and has received medical-veterinary care. Habitat is adapted according to their needs, which is equipped with medium lighting, since the feline, due to her condition of albinism, suffers from photosensitivity and due to her visual deficiency. Currently, the animal has shown an important adaptation developing all its natural hunting behavior. Normally it is the mother who teaches these animals to hunt, but in the Conservation Park there has been an enrichment and she, in a natural way, has developed all this behavior, taking into account that the Albino Feline will never be able to return to its natural habitat. , since his conditions including partial blindness and white skin color do not allow him to blend in with the natural environment, this prevents him from being able to hunt easily and not be hunted by other animals. There are only 3 albino felines are registered in Latin America. (Photo by Jorge Calle/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Umumnya, hewan tersebut berwarna merah-cokelat atau abu-abu.   

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA - JULY 6:  The biologist Karen H., who works in the Medellin conservation park, is preparing a study of the response to certain stimuli of the Feline, such as odors and textures, to measure its ability to adapt to the new environment. The park's biologists measure their ability to increase their other senses such as smell, which is the most developed. First albino wild feline of Colombia lives in the conservation park of Medellin. The feline of which its race is still unknown, the researchers have two theories for the race of the feline between jaguar and ocelot. The curious individual who is now a juvenile, is 8 months old and weighs 8.4 kilograms, entered the conservation park and has received medical-veterinary care. Habitat is adapted according to their needs, which is equipped with medium lighting, since the feline, due to her condition of albinism, suffers from photosensitivity and due to her visual deficiency. Currently, the animal has shown an important adaptation developing all its natural hunting behavior. Normally it is the mother who teaches these animals to hunt, but in the Conservation Park there has been an enrichment and she, in a natural way, has developed all this behavior, taking into account that the Albino Feline will never be able to return to its natural habitat. , since his conditions including partial blindness and white skin color do not allow him to blend in with the natural environment, this prevents him from being able to hunt easily and not be hunted by other animals. There are only 3 albino felines are registered in Latin America. (Photo by Jorge Calle/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Kurangnya melanin membuat anak Jaguarundi ini sulit untuk menyembunyikan diri di alam bebas. Petugas satwa liar pun membawa Jaguarundi albino ke taman konservasi untuk melindungi sekaligus merawatnya.  

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA - JULY 6:  The biologist Karen H., who works in the Medellin conservation park, is preparing a study of the response to certain stimuli of the Feline, such as odors and textures, to measure its ability to adapt to the new environment. The park's biologists measure their ability to increase their other senses such as smell, which is the most developed. First albino wild feline of Colombia lives in the conservation park of Medellin. The feline of which its race is still unknown, the researchers have two theories for the race of the feline between jaguar and ocelot. The curious individual who is now a juvenile, is 8 months old and weighs 8.4 kilograms, entered the conservation park and has received medical-veterinary care. Habitat is adapted according to their needs, which is equipped with medium lighting, since the feline, due to her condition of albinism, suffers from photosensitivity and due to her visual deficiency. Currently, the animal has shown an important adaptation developing all its natural hunting behavior. Normally it is the mother who teaches these animals to hunt, but in the Conservation Park there has been an enrichment and she, in a natural way, has developed all this behavior, taking into account that the Albino Feline will never be able to return to its natural habitat. , since his conditions including partial blindness and white skin color do not allow him to blend in with the natural environment, this prevents him from being able to hunt easily and not be hunted by other animals. There are only 3 albino felines are registered in Latin America. (Photo by Jorge Calle/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Dikutip dari Anadolu Agency, Dokter Hewan Kota Amalfi, Yuliany Duque, mengatakan bahwa Jaguarundi adalah jenis puma asli Amerika Utara dan Selatan, tetapi jarang terlihat di utara Meksiko.  

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA - JULY 6:  The biologist Karen H., who works in the Medellin conservation park, is preparing a study of the response to certain stimuli of the Feline, such as odors and textures, to measure its ability to adapt to the new environment. The park's biologists measure their ability to increase their other senses such as smell, which is the most developed. First albino wild feline of Colombia lives in the conservation park of Medellin. The feline of which its race is still unknown, the researchers have two theories for the race of the feline between jaguar and ocelot. The curious individual who is now a juvenile, is 8 months old and weighs 8.4 kilograms, entered the conservation park and has received medical-veterinary care. Habitat is adapted according to their needs, which is equipped with medium lighting, since the feline, due to her condition of albinism, suffers from photosensitivity and due to her visual deficiency. Currently, the animal has shown an important adaptation developing all its natural hunting behavior. Normally it is the mother who teaches these animals to hunt, but in the Conservation Park there has been an enrichment and she, in a natural way, has developed all this behavior, taking into account that the Albino Feline will never be able to return to its natural habitat. , since his conditions including partial blindness and white skin color do not allow him to blend in with the natural environment, this prevents him from being able to hunt easily and not be hunted by other animals. There are only 3 albino felines are registered in Latin America. (Photo by Jorge Calle/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Jaguarundi betina dapat tumbuh dengan panjang hingga empat setengah kaki. Hewan ini memiliki tubuh ramping, panjang, telinga kecil, kaki pendek, dan ekor panjang.  

Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia
Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia
Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia
Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia
Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia
Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia
Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia
Ini Kucing Hutan Albino Langka Pertama di Dunia

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