bobcats live in the wetland
No, bobcats do not live in Alaska.
bobcats do not live in the tundra but do live in the desert and taiga!
bobcats live alone
Bobcats are found throughout the state of Texas. They can adapt and live in a variety of locations and climates. There are two species of bobcats found in this state.
Bobcats do live in a desert and do quite well there.
no bobcats do not live in dens or borws
No, bobcats are an American animal and do not live in Australia.
Yes, bobcats live in the Mojave Desert.
Bobcats live in the Tennessee area. Wolves formerly lived in Tennessee but, bobcats and foxes have always been in the area.
Yes Bobcats can be found in central Missouri. Bobcats can live in the wild anywhere from 10 to 13 years.
Bobcats can live to be 13-15 years old in the wild.
Bobcats do not live in groups. The only cat(that's wild) that lives in groups are lions. Bobcats only live in a "group" is when a mother has cubs.
No, bobcats have live births.
Bobcats live in the taiga.
Bobcats do not live in Ireland. They only live in North America. Their range is from southern Canada to northern Mexico.
No, bobcats are only found in North America.
Yes, bobcats are found there in wild places.
An adaptable animal, bobcats can live in most any kind of area, from deserts to swamps.
They live in North America.
No...they live in dens
No, they live in forests, mountains,deserts,and swamps.
Bobcats can live in many places as they are very adaptable and smart. (some hunters say they are like bigfoot or a ghost)
Bobcats do live in other parts of Georgia. It is certainly possible that there are bobcats in the metro area, especially in heavily wooded areas, however I would guess that there aren't very many.