Manul, The Endangered Cats Have the Most Expressive Face WorldWide
The actual name of this species is Otocolobus Manul, a threatened wild cats that are generally called Palla’s cats. They are rarely found in the savannas and montane steppes in Central Asia. Their short legs and large face differentiates them from other species.
The Manul cats have a low survival rate and are expected to extinct. Living on a 16,000 feet habitat results in a weak immune system due to low knowledge of the surrounding infections.
Despite the fact that they can barely survive on low altitudes; these adorable facial expressions make it seem easy to adopt a Manul cat. However, keeping those cats at lower altitude areas raises their mortality rate faster than normal. So they’re basically raised in professional zoos.