Let’s introduce to your child lynx species from the up-close images in our free Lynx coloring pages below.
The lynx has a short tail, characteristic black tufts of hair on the tips of the ears, large padded feet for walking in the snow, and long antennae on its face. Under their neck is a ruffled band with black bars resembling a bow, although this is not usually seen.
There are four species of lynx: Canadian lynx (Lynx canadensis), Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx), Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus), and Bobcat (Lynx rufus). The smallest species is the Bobcat; the largest is the Eurasian lynx. The lynx is usually solitary, although small groups of lynx are sometimes seen hunting together.
The lynx inhabits high-altitude forests with dense shrubs, grasses, and reeds. Although they only hunt on the ground, they climb and swim quite well. Although found in northern Scandinavia, it is mainly in North America and isolated in the Himalayas. They feed on different types of animal food and can be as large as white-tailed deer, reindeer, star deer, small red deer, and chamois, but usually smaller prey such as hares, fish, foxes, sheep, squirrels, mice, turkeys, and other birds, and goats.
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