Britain's Mysterious Canada Lynx

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Canada lynx (Lynx Canadensis)

Credit: Lynx, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery © Courtesy of Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives
Specimen Ab4458 from the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. The specimen’s tail markings, proportionally short legs, silvery-brown pelt and black markings…Read More »

on the under parts of its facial ruff support its identification as a Canada lynx.   Less «
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