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    •  Canadian Lynx.
    •  They live in Rocky mountain areas such as Wyoming and Northern Colorado. They mostly live in Washington, Northern Oregon, Northern Idaho, and Northwest Montana. They also live in the East, Northern New England and Northwest New York, and the Midwest, and Northern Michigan and Northern Wisconsin.
    •  Deers Rabbits Mice Grouse Voles Red Squirrels Rodents Birds Fish Carrion
    •  Color- Beige with gray and black spots. Lynx are a medium sized cat with long hair on it’s face beside it’s ears and a short hair. Most adult Lynx are 30-42 in. long, and weigh 18-30 pounds. Male Lynx are occasionally larger then female Lynx. Males weigh about 40 pounds.
    •  They are born as live birth. They do not create nests for their newborns, since they have long thick fur they cover their babies with it. They typically have 2-3 baby cubs, rarely 1, 4, or 5 cubs. They can have up to 5 babies at a time. Lynx are able to breed when they are one year old, but they often breed in the second year.
    •  Lynx can leap up to ten meters. The tufts of fur on the lynxs ears are said to direct sound waves towards the ears, thereby making its hearing more sensitive.
    •  The Lynx is classified by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as Critically Endangered - CR (Status: Threatened) - Face an extremely high risk of extinction in the immediate future.
    •  The End 