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BC-03-M-02 travels 2,000 kilometres to be killed at home.

That’s right: the cat came back. And its homeward-bound, cross-border odyssey to Canada, culminating with its death on a trap line north of Banff National Park in January, is the longest ever recorded for the species — by far.

Despite the animal’s unfortunate end, its epic trek over such a vast expanse of North America — across countless highways, numerous mountain ranges and probably a stretch of northwest Colorado desert — is being hailed as an inspiring sign of nature’s resilience after generations of severe habitat loss and depleted wildlife populations.


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