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Adaptations of a Lynx

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Transcript of Adaptations of a Lynx

Adaptations of a Lynx
Sharp Claws and Teeth
A lynx has very sharp claws and teeth. They use them for catching prey.
Good Eyes
A lynx has good eye sight for hunting in the night.
Description
Habitat
A lynx lives mostly in snowy areas. These include Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, and Washington.
Big Paws
A lynx has big paws witch help them run, climb, and stalk their prey.
Heavy Fur
A lynx has heavy fur to keep warm in winter. Fur in between their toes act like snow boots.
Diet
A lynx is a carnivore. The lynx will eat snowshoe hare (rabbits), mice, voles, grouse, ptarmigan, and red squirrel.
A lynx is a mammal. The average weight of a lynx is about 26 lbs. A lynx is warm blooded.
Long Ears
A lynx's long ears help them have good hearing. This helps the lynx hear predators and prey from a far distance.
Hiding Meat
A lynx hides meat that it kills so that it can go for a long time without hunting. Also so the lynx won't starve.
Camouflage
In the spring, a lynx's color darkens into a reddish brown to look more like it's surroundings.
Thanks for Watching!!!!
Go to http://animals.nationalgeografic.com/animals/mammals/lynx for more information.
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