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Transcript of Bobcats

Bobcats are twice the size of house cats
Bobcats have shorter tails then other wildcats
Young bobcats stay with their mom for almost a year
Bobcats live up to 10 to 12 years
Female bobcats usually give birth in spring
Bobcats are rarely seen by human
Bobcats can easily be mistaken as mountain lion because of their loud roar
Bobcats don't have a proper sense of smell
Did you know Bobcats are endangered in Ohio,Indiana and New Jersey?
Bobcats were the most hunted animal but are no longer hunted
Bobcat main enemies are human
Physical feature
There are approximately
bobcats that remain
in the wild.
Biotic Factors &
A biotic factors
The weather, Habitat destruction,loss habitat,and water availability
are the A biotic factor that effect the Bobcats population.
Special structures and behaviors for adaptation for survival
Here is a video to show how bobcats run for their prey!!
Bobcats usually hunt for rabbits but bobcats also eat birds,rodents,deer,squirrel,insects and even sheep.Bobcats are meat eaters,so they eat what ever is coming for them.
There are 4 biotic factors of a bobcat:
forests, swamps, deserts, and brush lands.
masters at adaption & survival
eat anything they see if it looks healthy
they are fast 55kph (34 mph)
when angry :
-flattens ears
-snarls and whips it back & forth
that warns other animals to stay away
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bobcats have shaggy tan fur with dark black or brown spot
smaller than other wildcats
bobcats have short tails
bobcats have strong legs and sharp claws
bobcats have similar ears as lynx
live near North America
mostly live in people's backyard
most hunted animal
homes near swamps,caves and mountains
medium sized mammals 28-47 inches
weigh 15 lb
wide ranging species found in southern Canada to southern Mexico
more prevalent in the southern eastern U.S
scientific name: Lynx Rufus sometimes known as Felis Rufus
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