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Lynx

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Lynx is a medium-sized wild cat. It has got a short tail and sharp fangs, it has got orange spots and orange paws with regular claws, it has got long white whiskers and a small nose. It has got round brown eyes and pointed eyers.

Scientific denomination and classification[edit | edit source]

The lynx is of the family of felines and is divided into four species: European lynx, Spanish, red and Canadian.


Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx)

Behaviour[edit | edit source]

In fact they are carnivores, and they are a minnace for the flocks and the men who lead them to pasture,very dynamic and agile, capable of jumping over two meters. The lynx is carnivorous and hunts small or medium-sized animals such as hares, rabbits, foxes, birds

Habitat[edit | edit source]

The lynx lives in the woods with a fairly rocky ground where it can hide and the chances are therefore greater possibility to find animals to hunt.

Its presence in the fables and stories[edit | edit source]

Of fairy tales there is The lynx and the moon

Its presence in art (images)[edit | edit source]

The lynx can be found in the work of arming the archdeacon called "The Lynx" in 2008 he released a film about of the lynx. the film is called "The missing lynx" and was made by Manuel Sicilia and Raul Garcia Here is the image of the film https://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/MV5BYmUxMGNjZDct[email protected]._V1_UY268_CR3,0,182,268_AL_.jpg

(Other details )[edit | edit source]

the lynx has those tufts on the ears to hear the sounds better. The lynx has two long fangs because when it attacks the live animals to get angry and kill them as soon as possible. The lynx weighs from 25 to 33 kg in height and between 70/80 cm, its length is between 110/50 cm

External links[edit | edit source]

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https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynx_(zoologia)