The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is sharing a unique picture captured in southern Ohio.

A trail camera set-up in Washington County captured five Bobcats all in one photo.

The ODNR said in a post to Facebook that it's "pretty cool" to see that many Bobcats in one picture.

According to the ODNR, generally, bobcats are a solitary animal, territorial and elusive by nature. The ODNR says, adult females have an extremely low tolerance for other adult females in their home range. However, males are more tolerant of another male within their home range.

Bobcats began to repopulate Ohio in the Mid-1900s. Since then, the cat has been sighted more often every year.