The Lynx is found in Europe, North American
and Northern Asia. It's main habitat is usually a forest
but it is often found in scrub lands and norther tundra.
A Lynx can be anywhere between 2-4 feet in length when fully
grown, although the Canadian Lynx is often slightly smaller
then it's Eastern counterparts. It grows from anywhere between
15 and 40 pounds when fully grown and it's average lifespan
is 15-18 years in the wild.
The Lynx hunts alone like all other cats but when food is
scarce groups of this animal have been observed hunting
together. It also eats fish, toads, grasshoppers, small
deer, and hares which are it's favourite meal. But it is
also known to scavenge the dead caribou carcuses and mooses.
The fur is often spotted on the lynx but the Canadian Lynx
usually has a grayer appearance. It's fur helps it hide
in the snow during it's hunt to help it lash out on unsuspecting
prey. It is also nocturnal animal, meaning it hunts mostly