What sound does the lynx makes?
Golfsmith currently owns the trademark to the Lynx brand. Not sure where they are produced.
Lynx Tigress clubs are made by a company called Golfsmith International Holdings Inc. Golfsmith bought out Lynx Golf Inc. in 1998.
What is a close present day relative for the Canada Lynx and what is a homologous characteristic that makes them related and one characteristic that defines the Lynx as different from the relative?
leopard Seal is the close present day relative for the Canada Lynx.
The lynx defends itself by showing their sharp teeth and scractching at the air. That makes whatever thing that's there become scared and run away.
A hog sometimes makes a snorting sound, and sometimes makes a squealing sound.
A sheep makes a "Baa" sound A sheep goes "Baa" or makes a "meeer"sound
The reed itself makes the sound. The oboe is what allows you to change the sound that the reed makes.
The Sound That A Camera Makes Is A Clicking Or Snapping Sound
the amplitude of a sound wave makes sound loudness and softer.. damping makes a sound weak and amplifying makes it strong
It makes a hoooooorw sound
It makes a bubbly sound
There are four species of lynx:Lynx canadensis - Canada Lynx Lynx lynx - Eurasian lynx Lynx pardinus - Iberian lynx Lynx rufus - Bobcat
no lynx is a company that makes deoderant however one of the deoderants is called Africa
That depends on which species of lynx:Lynx canadensis - Canada lynx Lynx lynx - Eurasian lynx Lynx pardinus - Iberian lynx Lynx rufus - Bobcat
Hard G makes a guh sound. Soft G makes a J sound. Gift makes the hard g sound.
A pig makes a squealing sound.
A owl makes howling sound.
A Barbastelle makes a metallic buzz sound.
Damping makes a sound weak and amplifying makes it strong.
The owl makes the hoot sound
a whale makes a grunting sound
it makes like a bear sound
you blow air and it magically makes sound
Horse makes neigh sound.
a cow makes the sound moo
Bay Lynx (Bob Cat) Canadian Lynx Spanish Lynx (Iberian Lynx) Eurasian Lynx
Yes and no. 'Lynx' is a genus of cat. There are four species in this genus. From largest to smallest. Lynx lynx - Asian lynx Lynx canadensis - Canadian lynx Lynx pardinus - Iberian lynx Lynx rufus - Red lynx (aka bobcat) I'm assuming by 'lynx' you mean the Canadian lynx. The bobcat is a separate species from the Canadian lynx. They share the same genus/family of cats, but they are not the same species.
The sound that a pig makes sounds like "oink". The sound a cow makes sounds like "moo". These are farm animals.
Hard G makes a guh sound. Soft G makes a J sound. Grumpy makes the hard g sound.
Hard G makes a guh sound. Soft G makes a J sound. Cage makes the soft g sound.
The sound a horn makes is called a toot or a blast.
A Coel makes coo sound
The sound a cat makes is "MEOW". MEOW
it makes the sound of a dolphin because it is a dolphin
All cats eat meat. This makes them carnivores. They are not herbivores or omnivores at all.
There are several different types of lynx and each species has its own Latin name: Lynx Lynx - the Eurasian Lynx Lynx canadensis - the Canadian Lynx Lynx pardinus - the Iberian Lynx Lynx rufus - the famous bobcat (N. America) Hope this helps :D
The males gobbles and the female makes a clicking sound.
a guinea pig makes a rumbling sound when snoring.
Hard G makes a guh sound. Soft G makes a J sound. Gut has the hard g sound.
That depends on the species of lynx:Lynx canadensis - Canada lynx Lynx lynx - Eurasian lynx Lynx pardinus - Iberian lynx Lynx rufus - Bobcat
Lynx lynx is the scientific name of an Eurasian lynx
there is Canada lynx , Eurasian lynx ,Iberian lynx and the bobcat.
It is when a word imitates the sound it is trying to represent. Moo- to imitate the sound a cow makes Pow- to imitate the sound a punch makes Ding- to imitate the sound a bell makes Etc. It is commonly spelled onomatopoeia.
The harpsichord produces a tinny, antique sound, quite unlike the more rounded sound of the piano. Personally, I feel that the harpsichord almost makes a 2D sound whereas the piano makes a 3D sound, if this makes any sense.
It depends. If the 'X' is at the beginning of a word, it makes the zzz sound (as in "xylophone") or a sound kind of like eggs (as in "Xavier"). However, if it is preceded by vowel, it makes the -cks sound. In "Xerox" it makes both the "z" and a "cks" sound.
A Dove generally makes a "coo"-ing sound,it may not exactly sound like a "coo" but it is...
the flute makes its sound when you blow and air rushes through and comes out of the holes in a rush making a sound.
It's the same: "lynx". NB: This is a masculine noun, i.e. le lynx (the lynx), and also does not change in the plural, i.e. les lynx (the lynx(es)).
The saxophone makes sound by the person blowing into it. As the reed vibrates, the sound grows stronger until the sound that you hear is produced.
Hard G makes a guh sound. Soft G makes a J sound. Genes has the soft g sound.