Wild Cats Caught In Path Of Hurricane Michael That Has Eroded Florida’s Coastline

It has been three days since Hurricane Michael stormed into the Florida panhandle killing at least 19 people so far. The storm which is ravaging at a speed of 155-mile-per-hour has uprooted trees, homes in neighbouring states like Virginia, Georgia and North Carolina.

Close to 7,00,000 people are living without power in six states due to the hurricane. Last month Hurricane Florence slammed into the U.S continent however, Hurricane Michael is being termed as the most deadly storm in a decade.

Now, a wildcat sanctuary path has come in the way of hurricane Michael, reported news agency Reuters. Animals are known to have sharp instincts that help them predict natural calamities much before man-made satellite systems.

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