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Bobcat

Lynx rufus

Bobcats may look like larger versions of housecats, but they’re anything but. They adapt well to so many environments and can thrive in deserts, swamps, and urban areas. Solitary animals, they form territories encompassing up to 20 square miles; interacting only for breeding.


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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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