The fur color of Bobcats ranges from yellow to gray brown.
They are nocturnal animals that are agile and climb well. They are fierce hunters and mark their territories with claw marks and deposits of urine.
Bobcats weigh 16 to 30 pounds and their length is from 26 to 41 inches. Their life span is 10 to 12 years.
Are the third largest feline species of cats and are normally orange colored with black spots called ‘rosettes’.
Are members of the Felidae family and smallest of the big cats.
Are legendary wild-dogs of Australia though they are also found in South East Asia.
Are burrowing nocturnal animals, belonging to the suborder Vermilingua.
Are medium sized marsupials and belong to the genus Dasyurus, which means “hairy tail”.
Are small wild canine animals that have a bushy tail and red, brown or grayish colored fur.
Have been around for 2 million years but considered an endangered species with only about 4,000 surviving in the wild today.
Are dog-like nocturnal mammals of Africa and Southern Asia that feed mainly on carrion.
Are marine fin-footed mammals in the family Otariidae and have the ability to walk on all fours.
Short about Bobcats
Are mammals with short tails and a pencil of air on the tip of the ears, belonging to the cat family, Felidae (Lynx rufus).