Taken in the Magdalena River Valley, the surprising picture is among the first photographic evidence that the big cats will venture onto oil palm farms, a growing type of agriculture in South America and Asia.

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    Well, that’s adorable. I wish I could have gotten this close to the cats at the zoo today.