At first glance they may look like normal domestic kittens, but they're actually caracal cats – a medium-sized wild cat that grows to around 3.3 foot long.
These kittens were born to mum Keira on 24th May at Dvur Kralove Zoo in the Czech Republic, and are the first caracal cats to ever be bred at the zoo.
Caracal cats are native to Africa, Central and Southwest Asia and India, and the name comes from a Turkish word that roughly translates to 'black ear'.
Although they look cute and fluffy, they feed on small mammals and birds. Their typical diet can include snakes, rodents, hares and small antelopes but can go after bigger prey on occasion.
According to Wild Cat Conservation, the actual number of caracal cats in existence in the wild isn't known but it's thought to be a threatened species in Asia and North Africa. They can be hunted for meat in the latter and are also threatened by habitat loss as people move on to their land.
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