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BobCats

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Stephanie Weiss

on 16 June 2017

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Where Do Bobcats Live?
Bobcats were once found throughout most of North America, but in the 1900 their numbers plummeted because of the value of its fur. In the 1970 national laws began to protect the cats. And the population has rebounded since then.
How Do Bobcats Hunt?
Bobcats are nocturnal so their rarely spotted by humans. Bobcats hunt by stealth but they deliver a deathblow with a leaping pounce that can cover 10 ft.
How Long Does It Live?
It's life span in the wild is 10-12 years.
What Kind Of Habitat Does It Live In?
It lives in forests,swamps,and desserts.
What Are Its Features
Bobcats have long legs, large paws, and tufted ears. Similar to their larger relative the Canadian Lynx.
What Is Its Diet
Bobcats usually eat rabbits, birds, mice, squirells, and other small prey. Ocasionally, they will eat fish.
Bobcats: Catherine Garcia and Teleia DeLaRosa
How Many Babies Does It Have/ What Are They Called
The males are called toms and the females are called queens. The babies are called kittens and they have 1 to 6 kittens each year.
Do They Hunt In Packs?
Bobcats do hunt in packs and their packs are called Clowders.
What Are It's Natural Predators?
They're predators are cougars,humans, eagles,great horned owls,coyotes,foxes,& bears/adult male Bobcats.
How Big Can It Get?
It can be up to 11 to 30 lbs and the size is relative to a six foot man.

Sources:
www.defeders.org
nationalgeograpgic.com
thewebsiteofeverything.com
wefwwa.gov
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