Bobcats & lynx

March 1985
International Wildlife;Mar/Apr85, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p4
North America's two cat cousins have a great deal in common. But beneath the surface portraits of these two remarkable predators is the story of distinctly different beasts, each with its own personality, behavior and life habits. Their paths never cross, making them a fascinating case study in comparative biology.


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