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Justin Animal Report

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    • Animal Report By: Justin Bobcat Grey Fox Mountain Lion
    • Bobcat
        • Bobcats are 28-50 inches long.
        • 2-2 1/2 feet high.
        • 5 inch tail.
        • They weigh up to 30 pounds but the average weight is 15-22 pounds.
        • The bobcat is a mammal.
    • Habitat and Food
        • Habitat
        • Bobcats favors rockey brushsides on which to live and hunt.
        • They Hibernate.
        • Live in mountains and even desert areas where water can be found.
        • Mostly roam areas of the western U.S as well as wesern Canada.
        • Food
        • Bobcats eat alot of different animals and rodents here are some of the things bobcats eat.
        • Jack rabbits, cotton tails, birds and  snakes.
        • Bobcats also  eat other rodents.
        • Bobcats can even take down a deer.
    • Family and Protection
        • Family
        • Bobcats live alone.
        • Bobcats do not lay eggs they have live younge.
        • The female bobcat reproduces early Spring and somtimes late Winter.
        • The female bobcat often has 2-3 kittens.
        • Protection
        • In order to protect its self the bobcat uses its claws and teeth.
        • It does not use any other defences other then claws and teeth.
        • The enimies of the bobcat is mainy the coyote.
        • Bobcats fear coyotes.
    • Did you know...
      • Did you know that bobcats are one of the biggest cats in the world?
    • Grey Fox
        • They weigh 7-11 pounds
        • They are gray, rusty red and have a black mane.
        • They can run as fast as 28 miles per hour.
        • It does neither, it does not hibernate or migrate.
    • Habitat and Food
        • Habitat
        • Live in all four Arizona deserts, southwest and beyond.
        • They live in chaparrals, wooden areas, and among boulders on the slopes of rocky ridges.
        • They do not migrate or hibernate.
        • They live in southwest parts of North America.
        • Food
        • Gray foxes eat alot of animals.
        • Here is a list of some, insects, birds, acorns, berries and grass.
        • It does not store food.
        • They get thire food by hunting then once found captureing it.
    • Family and Protection
        • Family
        • Live alone.
        • They are monogamous.
        • Have live young.
        • Produce February or March, bearing young in May or April.
        • Takes about 51-53 days to produce.
        • Have 3-7 pups at a time.
        • Protection
        • They use camuflage to blend into trees.
        • They will use its claws and razer sharp teeth when/if under attack or just run.
        • The enimies are the Lynx, bobcats, and coyotes.
    • Did you know...
      • Did you know the female grey fox is called a Vixen?
    • Mountain Lion
        • Male bobcat is 6-7 feet long and the female bobcat is 5-7 feet long.
        • Males weigh about 110-180 pounds while the females weigh about 80-130 pounds.
        • Largest cat in the Sonoran desert.
    • Habitat and Food
        • Habitat
        • They live in mountains, forests, swamps and deserts.
        • Two most important habitat elements are finding cover for proction and for stalking, and living near a large prey base.
        • Does not migrate or hibernate.
        • Food
        • Mountain lions diet consist of deer, javeline, big horn sheep, jack rabbits, porcupines, squirrles and many more small animals.
        • Get thire food by killing their prey, then once dead, eating ikt for a nice meal.
        • It does not store food it eats it right away.
    • Family and Protection
        • Family
        • Live alone.
        • The female mountain lion produces in Spring and has live young.
        • The female mountain lion can have up to 6 cubs at a time, but the avarage amount is 2-4.
        • They breed about 2-3 years of age.
        • Protection
        • Mountain lions do not have any proctions like oder or camouflage, but they do have razer sharp claws and teeth.
        • When attacked, the mountain lion will fight back.
        • The main enimies of the mountion lion is man.
    • Did you know...
      • Did you know unlike most cats mountain lions hunt at night.
    • Pictures
      • On the next 3 pages you will view and find out what the bobcat, grey fox and mountain lion look like.
    • This is a bobcat.
    • This is a gray fox.
    • This is a mountain lion.
    • Bibliography
        • Http://www.azgfd.gov
        • Http://www.desertusa.com
        • Http://arizonahighways.com
        • Http://desertmuseum.org
        • Http://thenaturalamerican.com/plants,_animals_and_inscts.htm
        • Http://en.wikipedia.org
        • Http://sothwestwildlife.org
        • Http://kids.nationalgeographic.com
      • Thank you.