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The bobcat is a North American mammal of the cat family, Fedlidae, as one can see they strongly resemble house pets. Not such is the case. When fully grown they are roughly twice the size and weight of a house cat. These animals are predatory, eating rabbits, hares, insects,rodents, and even chickens. They appear shy at first but one should be wary as they have been known to attack humans and housepets. This is a most adaptable predator that can inhabit semi-desert environments, swampland, the outskirts of forested areas as well as the edges of urban enviroments. The most defining characteristic is the small black tufts on the top of each ear. The bobcat also has striping, or bars, on its forelegs and a black-tipped tail which is bobbed - hence their name. Even though they have been hunted for their fur and for sport, their population numbers are quite strong.
March 31st, 2013
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