No, it’s not the king of the jungle or the powerful tiger. It’s not any of the typical big cats that you would expect.
Instead, the worlds deadliest feline is a little cat from Africa that you’ve probably never heard of.
These cats are among the worlds most fearsome predators.
One black-legged cat alone can hunt and bring down more prey in a single night than a leopard does in six months.
It’s really difficult to believe that a cat weighing less that 2 kilograms can do this.
It sports a stocky body with elegant spots, big round eyes mounted on a round head, you could even call it cute.
As mentioned, they are native to grassy plains in Africa.
The black-footed cat is even smaller than a house cat, stretching up to a maximum of only 20 inches long and 8 inches high.