We should save the Bobcat because if we didn't have them then the pests that they control by eating them would be destroying our economy.
yes..The bobcat resembles other species of the Lynx genus,but is on average the smallest of the four. Its coat is variable,though generally tan to grayish-brown, with black streaks on thebody and dark bars on the forelegs and tail. Its spotted patterningacts as camouflage. The ears are black...
The lynx kittens stay with their mom until 9 months old.
a female lynx leave some of it's urine on a males territory
Yes, they do. The female raises the young alone. One to six, but usually two to four, kittens are born in April or May, after roughly 60 to 70 days of gestation. There may sometimes be a second litter, with births as late as September. The female generally gives birth in some sort of enclosed space,...
Do not crouch, bend or stoop. Your perceived size acts as a factor of intimidation to the attacking animal. Even raising an arm or arms increases the perception of size. (Animals do not recognize the symbol of surrender which is a social and cultural skill.) If a platform of any type is...
Because all creatures have value. Although the population hasbenefited from the ban on legal international fur trade, whichmeans the number of furs going to China and Russia has reducedsignificantly, illegal hunting still represents a major threat.Habitat loss, with a resulting loss in their prey...
yes and if they fought the wolf would win easily unless it was small like an Arabian wolf.
There's a HUGE list of animals that don't eat Bobcats: .
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Plenty of animals don't eat Bobcats. Ducks, geese, Beavers, Moose,Elk, Deer, frogs bats etc etc.
Sometimes, they will take the water from human dwellings where it is left outside for domesticated pets. In the more wild areas, their keen sense of smell leads them to sources such as rivers, streams, and lakes.
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Assuming that you are speaking about the Canada Lynx, ", the Canadalynx is present mainly in boreal forests of Canada and Alaska." "Climate in the taiga [other word for boreal forest] is cold, withaverage annual temperatures from about +5Â° to -5Â° C " So yeah, pretty cold :D. Hope this helps!
The bobcat is found in North America.
yes Bobcats dont like water because theyre related to cats. It is very rare for cats or bobcats to like to be in water. In that case bobcats dont like to be in water. They probaly only like to drink water.
Answer The Bobcat ( Lynx rufus ) has a well-defined territory which it marks. In its territory a Bobcat will have multiple shelters, usually with one main den, and several auxiliary shelters. These shelters can be hollow logs, thickets, or rock ledges.
The bobcats' North American range covers all of the US, parts of Canada, and parts of Mexico. There are thirteen Subspecies of bobcat. Please see the related link listed below for a range map and more information:
Bobcats use their large paws to move quietly as they stalk theirprey, and they either pounce, or if they miss, go onto a chase.Once the prey is pinned down, they may bat at it, claw at it, bitethe neck, etc.
Humans causing habit loss is blamed for the bulk of the bobcat's endangerment. New Jersey is taking steps to locate, trap, collar, and track bobcats in their effort to prevent extirpation. In Mexico, they are still trapped for their pelts and for the protection of livestock. As a species, the bobcat...
they could if they were hungry enough, and if cats ran around in the mountains! they also would like anything that has meat, they are carnivores!! cats dont usually eat cats but if they did they would leave remains as in guts and other stuff. Yes, Bobcats can be extremely viscous. They do whatever...
they look to find and see if its big enough and they also test it out to see if its comfortable and if nobody is there
Yes, but only in self-defense. They ARE very jumpy, though...
deer, rabbits, snakes, ect. basically any type of woodland animal.
Bobcats typically live to six or eight years of age, with a few reaching beyond ten. The longest they have been known to live is 16 years in the wild and 32 years in captivity. They generally begin breeding by their second summer, though females may start as early as their first year. Sperm...
it would be extremely unlikely will a bobcats kill you the most damage It could do is cut you with is claws or teeth.
Yes, Bobcats fall under the genus Lynx along with the Canadian Lynx, Eurasian Lynx and the Iberian Lynx. Domestic cats and Bobcats are in different genus, but still fall under the family Felidae and subfamily Felinae .
to live and breath to spread its wing and to growth through the country.
The ones in New Jersey are being assisted by the Defenders of Wildlife. Please access their link, listed below:
No the Bobcat isn't the the best mascot!! Most people like Pandas!.
I like wolves.
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Lynxes eat hares, fish and birds. In the wild Canadian Lynx are strictly carnivorous. They eat: leporids (especially the snowshoe hare); deer and other ungulates. They eat rodents, birds and fish and carrion. And little deers and small fishes. Mostly Canadian piranhas if lucky. If you don't...
humans,they are various for the eurasian lynxes skin.
they love to kill them for there skin!!! what should we do to save them?.
help save the eurasian lynxes!!!.
cougars, coyotes, wolves and humans.
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a bobcat is a vertebrate.
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4 feet in length and about a foot at the shoulders
Specific to North America, the bobcat (with thirteen Subspecies) ranges throughout the US, parts of Canada, and parts of Mexico. The Mexican bobcat is endangered (November 2011). See the related link listed below for a range map and more, detailed information:
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Not for long... as kittens born of a female domestic cat impregnated by a male bobcat, they grow twice as fast as domestic cats and are ready to strike out on their own when they reach six-to-eight WEEKS of age.
Bobtailed, long-legged North American cat (Lynx rufus) found in forests and deserts from southern Canada to southern Mexico. It is a close relative of the lynx and caracal. Bobcats have large paws and tufted ears; are 24 - 40 in. (60 - 100 cm) long, excluding the 4 - 8-in. (10 - 20-cm) tail; stand...
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a lynx predotors are bobcat, fisherman,wolves and coyotes.
A bobcat is endothermic, able to maintain its own body temperature.It is a mammal, and mammals and birds are endothermic. The term'endothermic' is the biological term for an animal that iswarm-blooded.
Bobcats drink water from any convenient, freshwater source, natural or unnatural. They also receive some water from the animals they eat.
Bobcats do not go in packs, It is rare is see them go in packs.They hunt alone and do not go in packs.
The lynx is a North American Big Cat first off and no they live in woodlands not rainforests. Its may as it ranges from the very most northern reaches of North America To deep into Mexico But.... and there is always a Butt The Lynx family prefers high altitude and/or cooler drier forests to...
Humans are cutting down less trees and no longer trying to trap them.
University of Kentucky athletic teams are called wildcats so in that sense, yes. In regards to bobcats (wildcats) being native to Kentucky, yes they are native to Kentucky although, unless in captivity, they would be hard to spot. Bobcats are incredibly elusive creatures and tend to do their best to...
Bobcats are slightly larger, weigh somewhat more than ocelots.
Badgers, cougars, coyotes, dogs, eagles, foxes, hawks, lynxes, owls, porcupines, snakes, and wolves, but their main enemy is us humans. It is not illegal to hunt and kill them in the US, except in New Jersey, where they are protected (by State law). Laws in Canada may vary.
A young lynx is a kitten, or cub.
Bobcats can live to be 13-15 years old in the wild. Typically six to eight years, with several some making it beyond ten. But the longest known to have lived in the wild is sixteen years, and thirty-two years in captivity. Ten to maybe twenty years. Bobcats can live to be 13-15 years old in the wild...
The Lynx would love to make a snack or a lunch out of the hare, so it is a good thing tha the hare is a very quick little bunny with huge feet and a cute face!
Bobcats will live almost anywhere. They can be found all over the United States and in all four deserts. They can also be found in Mexico and Southern Canada. Bobcats favor rocky, brushy hillsides for their home. They tend to avoid snow and very cold areas. They make their homes in caves, logs,...
It would be very dry and thirsty.
they get there energy from there food.
The mother will most likely find a den in a forest to give birth. Then the babies will live with their mother there until they are old enough for themselves.
No. A lynx is not a marsupial. It is a type of cat.
There is no information about bobcats being endangered. Populationsare generally regarded as being healthy. The twelve subspecies isspread broadly across America. Yes, in some parts like the Rio Grand Valley in Texas. There used to be many, but because of population in the area has decreased their...
Bobcats are preyed upon by badgers, coyotes, hawks, eagles, owls, fishers, pumas, lynxes, wolves, and other bobcats. However, they are killed most frequently by humans. mainly just hunters.
The lynx has a strong muscular body shape. They have short legs, a stumpy tail, but are quite powerful.
people kill them to make coats, hats, and boots
in Illinois for example, bobcats are increasing and don't need too much help but there can be limited trapping and hunting seasons.
Bobcats are territorial and solitary animals that live alone. So, that means that they would travel alone too.
Nothing a Bobcat is a species of lynx witch is in the cat family.
if one species of animal dies out than the next and the next will die out so save the lynx they are the most endangerd cat species animal posted By Sierra Kohnlein age 9
A male is called Tom, and a girl is called a Queen. They're called bobcats. Same as the males.
not toward humans unless they smell or look like and animal. Butotherwise, no
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Eagles and Hawks will eat their young. Wolves, Cougars, and Coyotes will take adults as well. Not to mention humans... Man. A gun.
Bobcats live in the Tennessee area. Wolves formerly lived inTennessee but, bobcats and foxes have always been in the area.
Assuming they are in the same habitat, yes. The main diet of the bobcat is rabbits and hares.
Savannas are located in the tropics of South America, Africa, and Asia. Bobcats, however, only live in North America. They live in forests, temperate grasslands, and deserts.
The Iberian lynx is hunted, because people like killing them for their fur to make jackets, scarfs, and other clothing.
Bobcats are the most common wildcat in North America. In the early 1900s bobcats were popular in the Midwestern and Eastern states, however their number decreased due to its increased value of fur. Now populations are stable throughout the United States and are being revived in many states.