Corsica Cat-Fox discovered at Corsica Island in the Mediterranean.
It is called "Cat-Fox" locally with short whiskers, well-developed canines, and wide ears.
France's National Hunting and Wildlife Office’s chief environmental technician Pierre Bendetti said "We believe that it's a wild natural species which was known but not scientifically identified because it's an extremely inconspicuous animal with nocturnal habits". He added that the discovery is "Wonderful"
The stories and myths about this are popular among shepherds, generation to generation that how they attack these Fox-Cats attack the udder of their goat.
The species is well protected in the Asco forest of Corsica where nature offers a lot of water and plant cover.