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Social Media Reacts To Viral Photo Of The Amazon Snake Cat

It’s rarely seen and social media users are shocked and asking about its existence. “Amazon Snake Cat” is trending on the internet with a bunch of questions about its existence. Do you think it exists?

According to VladTV;

Scientists believe there are over 5 million undiscovered animals worldwide. But the allure of the Amazon Rainforest has caused many biologists to focus on that specific region for hundreds of years. Along the way, discovering lost cities, undisturbed indigenous tribes, and a rare assortment of animals. Back in 2017, researchers uncovered approximately 400 new species in the Amazon rainforest, during a two-year study. Two years later, some first images of the Serpens Catus began circulating in a post on Twitter.

“Serpens catus is the rarest species of feline on Earth. These Animals live in hard-to-reach regions of the Amazon rainforest, and therefore they are relatively poorly studied,” a Twitter user wrote.

This sparked a debate amongst the science zoologist community, journalists, and spectators about the validity of the images and the existence of the mysterious-looking feline with a fur pattern resembling a mangrove snake. Although the photo is nearly three years old, it recently went viral on social media as the topic of the “Amazon Snake Cat” remains highly contested to this very day.

This is clearly fake but fun to talk about.

According to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute, the snake is found in the same countries where the Amazon snake cat was rumored to be found.

The so-called serpent cat slithered its way onto TikTok where one user claimed that the species lived in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Guyana, French Guiana, and Suriname.

“He’s in the next fantastic beasts,” laughed one user referencing the “Harry Potter” spin-off franchise.

“Use this s – – t for good not to misinform,” slammed another user.

“Stop sharing bulls – – t,” admonished another person.

Watch the Amazon Snake Cat…