Bobcat up close.
Guest - Jun 23, 2007 05:16 PM EDT
The info on these cat is great km thankyou. very interesting.
Guest - Jun 23, 2007 03:28 AM EDT
I just looked up info on the lynx and bobcat. The smaller ones can weigh 15-20 pounds. The bobcat has a black tail tipped in white and the Canadian lynx has a black tail and those famous ear tufts. There are 12 sub-species so they vary depending upon their origin. Our Texas bobcats are smaller 15-20 pounds, but some larger ones and the lynx can top 30 pounds. They prey on birds and rabbits mostly. The Canadian lynx hunts the snowshoe hare.
Guest - Jun 23, 2007 03:18 AM EDT
Beautiful close-up detail. These weigh around 30-40 pounds and cannot be tamed any more than other wild cats. When mature they revert to their wild instincts.
Guest - Jun 23, 2007 12:19 AM EDT
Beautiful capture, he has lovely colours, how much bigger are these to a house cat, can they ever be tamed?
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