The plural form of the noun lynx is lynxes.The plural possessive form is lynxes'.
The plural form of the noun lynx is lynxes.The plural possessive form is lynxes'.Example: Of the four lynxes' species, the Eurasian lynx is the largest.
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)).
lynx or lynxes, both are correct
Lynx tend to be solitary animals. They will spend their time hunting and resting alone, every once in awhile a small group of lynx may travel and hunt together occasionally. Plural for lynx is lynxes.
Bay Lynx (Bob Cat) Canadian Lynx Spanish Lynx (Iberian Lynx) Eurasian Lynx
Fish - fish or, when referring to different types of fish: fishes lynx - lynxes grass - grass or, when referring to different types of grass: grasses hippopotamus - hippopotami or hippopotamuses
Alternative answer: A 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.
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