What is another word for Lynx?

615 synonyms found


[ lˈɪŋks], [ lˈɪŋks], [ l_ˈɪ_ŋ_k_s]

Lynx is a wild cat that is native to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is known for its distinctive tufted ears, short tail, and black tufts of hair on its ears and cheeks. The word "lynx" is a common name for this species, but there are other synonyms that are used depending on the region. In North America, the lynx is sometimes called the "Canada lynx" or the "bobcat." In Europe, it is sometimes referred to as the "Eurasian lynx," while in Asia, it may be called the "Iberian lynx" or the "Indian lynx." These different names reflect the geographic diversity of the animal and its many subspecies.

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Lynx have a long, slender body and short, sturdy legs. They have a tuft of hair on their heads and a pointed tail. Lynx are the only wild cat in North America that weighs more than 5 pounds. They are solitary animals that live in rough, hilly terrain. They are excellent climbers and they are good at hunting in the dense undergrowth. Lynx populations have increased in North America due to the effective control of predators and the protection of their habitat.

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