bobcat vs lynx

bobcat lynx


  • 1) a multi-purpose construction vehicle that is a akin to a smaller version of a front-end loader or a backhoe (backhoe loader), with a one-man caged control cabin
  • 2) A North American wild cat, Lynx rufus, having tufted ears and a short tail
  • 3) A wild cat (Lynx rufus) of North America, having spotted reddish-brown fur, tufted ears, and a short tail.
  • 4) small lynx (Lynx rufus) of North America.
  • 5) small lynx of North America
  • 6) A popular name for the bay lynx, Lynx rufus, and its various subspecies, all of which have short tails.


  • 1) Any of several medium-sized wild cats, mostly of the genus Lynx.
  • 2) Any of several wildcats of the genus Lynx, especially L. canadensis of northern North America or L. lynx of Eurasia, having soft thick fur, a black-tipped short tail, and tufted ears.
  • 3) A constellation in the Northern Hemisphere, near Auriga and Gemini.
  • 4) (Zoöl.) Any one of several species of feline animals of the genus Felis, and subgenus Lynx. They have a short tail, and usually a pencil of hair on the tip of the ears.
  • 5) (Astron.) One of the northern constellations.
  • 6) a text browser
  • 7) short-tailed wildcats with usually tufted ears; valued for their fur
  • 8) [capitalized] A genus of Felidæ lacking the front upper premolar of the true cats; the lynxes.
  • 9) A wild cat with a short tail, penciled ears, and 28 teeth, belonging to the family Felidæ and genus Lynx, such as the caracal, the loup-cervier, and others.
  • 10) [capitalized] A small northern constellation introduced by Hevelius in 1690, the name being chosen because the sharp-sightedness of a lynx is required to distinguish any of its stars.


  • 1) But the bobcat only grinned and reached out with a paw and broke the rabbit's neck.
  • 2) Yes | No | Report from bennett2009 wrote 1 year 3 days ago the power of the bobcat is amazing it just took down a mule deer that was 3 or 4 times it's size and the mule deer didn't even have a fighting chance
  • 3) As a scientific classification, a "bobcat" is a species of the "lynx" genus.
  • 4) Obviously people can't tell a bobcat from a lynx because that's definitely a bobcat.
  • 5) I peeked around the large white pine i was leaning against and a bobcat was about 7 feet away mid-step.
  • 6) My friend Bernie says Dick and Rummy's big plan to take over the world by waging continuous war is kinda like baptizing a bobcat -- ain't gonna happen.
  • 7) ‘This 137,400-acre expanse supports prairie dogs, coyotes, foxes, black bears, mountain lions, bobcats, elk, mule deer, and over 200 kinds of birds.’
  • 8) ‘Black bears, grizzly bears, mountain lions, bobcats, and wolves have been effectively removed from most U.S. farming areas, leaving coyotes as the top livestock predators.’
  • 9) ‘Coyotes, foxes, bears, mountain lions, and bobcats all prey on livestock.’
  • 10) ‘Although rarely seen, mountain lions and bobcats periodically cross the canyon.’
  • 11) ‘And neither the feces of bobcats nor the urine of foxes, coyotes, and bobcats discouraged voles from attacking seedlings.’
  • 12) ‘He has seen golden eagles, bobcats and even mountain lion tracks on the course.’
  • 13) ‘Visitors will especially enjoy Eagle Canyon, with its streams, mountain lions, bobcats, Mexican wolves, and golden eagles.’
  • 14) ‘It's home to at least 300 vascular plants, 30 types of cacti and 249 vertebrate species, including mountain lions, bobcats and weasels.’
  • 15) ‘To compound matters, expanding human populations have forced out - and hunted or trapped out - deer predators such as wolves, mountain lions, and bobcats.’
  • 16) ‘Trackers were brought in to hunt for the animal after several sets of tracks, far too large for native bobcats or mountain lions, were found on a ranch not far from the hilltop library.’
  • 17) ‘The Cascade range is full of bobcats and mountain lions and things.’
  • 18) ‘As a cash crop, cattle encouraged ranchers to practise ruthless predator control, killing bears, bobcats and mountain lions.’
  • 19) ‘Jackrabbits may live to be six to eight years old; however, they are regularly hunted by large birds of prey such as eagles and hawks, foxes, bobcats, coyotes, badgers, weasels, and humans.’
  • 20) ‘North American river otters are sometimes taken by bobcats, coyotes, birds of prey, alligators, and other large predators.’
  • 21) ‘A manitou could take the form of a bison, bear, wolf, mountain lion, bobcat, deer, bird, or some other animal.’
  • 22) ‘There's a wolf, a coyote, a bobcat and a puma sleeping right next to us - what are they doing sleeping together?’
  • 23) ‘Clearly, bobcats could survive hunting pressures better than margays and ocelots.’
  • 24) ‘Large felines like the bobcat and lynx don't have this physical feature, but the cougar does.’
  • 25) ‘A bobcat is another wild cat, about half the size of a cougar, with a stubby tail rather than a long one.’
  • 26) ‘Since 1994 the zoo has been housing and sometimes breeding the American bobcat, a close relative of the lynx.’


  • 1) This is also one of the last known habitats of the Eurasian lynx.
  • 2) You are on safari amid lynx, bears and elk.
  • 3) You can also spot rare animals such as bear or lynx, but moose and reindeer are a bit easier.
  • 4) WHICH bright individual thought it would be a good idea to reintroduce lynx back into Norfolk?
  • 5) The Eurasian lynx is not considered endangered as there are at least 2,800 still in the wild.
  • 6) The region is renowned for holding the continent's largest populations of wolves, bears and lynx.
  • 7) It leads her into a secret world of mountain peaks, forests and a cavern, where dangers include a bear and a lynx.
  • 8) The bay lynx also -- or wild cat, as it is called (_lynx rufus_) -- and now and then, but more rarely, the cougar (_felis concolor_), give the hounds a run before taking to the tree.
  • 9) It was that species known as the "bay lynx" (_lynx rufus_), commonly called in America the "wild cat," and sometimes the
  • 10) The European lynx (_felis lynx_), and the wild cat, both skulk through the Pyrenean forests; the former now only rarely seen.
  • 11) It has higher than 355 fps and a nice let off rate i think it lets off to about 80 percent where as my martin lynx (20 year old bow, but still a nice bow) lets off about 50 percent but if I were you ide take the lights out
  • 12) The lynx is particularly interesting as the case was pretty much kept quiet until 2001.
  • 13) Those blessed battlements (which had been of so much help to him ever since he had dashed from the wall across the grounds) were, now that he came to think of it, one of the recognized symbols in art of Sphigx, the lion-goddess of war; and Lion had been the name of Mucor's horned cat-of the animal she called her lynx, which had not harmed him.
  • 14) Even in the wild state the lynx is short-lived, and is said rarely to reach the age of fifteen years.
  • 15) I think that most of us would rather be called lynx-eyed than gluttonous, and certainly a lynx is a much handsomer beast than a glutton.
  • 16) The Mediterranean monk-seal, the Barbary macaque and the Iberian lynx, which is Critically Endangered, are among the region's imperiled species.
  • 17) ‘Experts say there is ‘little doubt’ that big cats such as panthers, lynxes and pumas are indeed roaming the countryside, following a massive increase in sightings.’
  • 18) ‘The British Big Cats Society says its 15-month survey indicates there is little doubt that big cats such as leopards, lynxes and pumas are roaming Britain.’
  • 19) ‘This year we have scheduled a tiger, three lynxes, a cheetah, two pumas, a hippopotamus, and 500 rabid rats.’
  • 20) ‘The entire preserve sits inside the Kootenai National Forest and is populated by wildlife, including bears and trout as well as wolverines, lynxes, and mountain goats.’
  • 21) ‘They can be kittens one moment and pumas or lynxes the next.’
  • 22) ‘Other key threats to the lynx are changing habitat, unselective trapping methods (many lynxes are killed by snares), road accidents and hunting (including deliberate and accidental shooting).’
  • 23) ‘Jewell and Alibhai have begun using WildTrack to census tapirs in Argentina, Bengal tigers in India and Bangladesh, and Iberian lynxes in Spain and Portugal.’
  • 24) ‘We can also make an evolutionary prediction: I expect that lions, leopards, and lynxes will also have the same 247 base pair deletion, and a similar array of stop codons.’
  • 25) ‘We're cautious but hopeful that if we can get all the lynxes we need, we'll be able to add to the population in the wild.’
  • 26) ‘Given the small size of the prey hunted by modern lynxes, it is not likely that this extinct species was a predator of large mammals.’
  • 27) ‘Most of the zoo's remaining animals, including their lynxes, reptiles and baboons, are being moved to specialist facilities elsewhere.’
  • 28) ‘This year leaflets about the habits of bears, wolves and lynxes were given to all the schools in mountain villages.’
  • 29) ‘Hunting-tourism has become big business in Romania's Carpathian Mountains, the last place in Europe apart from Russia, where many large carnivores, bears, wolves and lynxes, can be found.’
  • 30) ‘In the Adirondack mountains of New York, an attempt to reintroduce lynxes failed, with 18 of 37 mortalities attributed to road kills.’
  • 31) ‘His action exemplifies what the late Stephen Jay Gould, on his essay on the lynxes, aptly called ‘the authoritarian form of the empiricist myth’.’
  • 32) ‘There are elves and centaurs and unicorns and mermaids and flying lynxes and all shapes of mythical things.’
  • 33) ‘Other predators are red foxes, coyotes, wolves, bear, mountain lions, lynx, bobcats, eagles, and great horned owls.’
  • 34) ‘There have been four recent reports of an animal - variously described as a lynx, puma or panther - in Dumfriesshire.’
  • 35) ‘The Canada lynx, the only lynx in North America, is a rare forest-dwelling cat of northern latitudes.’
  • 36) ‘A millionaire businessman has bought a 23,000-acre estate in the Highlands in a bid to reintroduce the wolf, the brown bear and the lynx to the wild.’
  • 37) ‘The clothes were made of rayon polyester and trimmed with lynx fur.’
  • 38) ‘It was at one time the main commercial port for lynx and sable furs, beeswax, timber, grain, hunting falcons, and walrus ivory.’
  • 39) ‘Fox, lynx, mink as well as shearing being dyed in strong colours dominate this season, whether it be trimmings on collar and cuffs or luxurious linings.’
  • 40) ‘Caracals, also commonly called African lynx though not actually a lynx, weigh at adulthood from 25 to 45 pounds and are native to the grasslands of Africa and parts of Asia.’
  • 41) ‘The coolest part of that experience was getting to hold a nine-week old Desert African lynx named Kenya.’
  • 42) ‘Six years ago they paid $1700 for a blind African lynx at an auction because another bidder was going to put the animal down and mount it.’

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