The Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) is a medium-sized cat native to Siberia, Central,
East, and Southern Asia, North, Central and Eastern Europe. It has been listed as
The largest of the lynxes, the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) has powerful legs, with
slightly longer hindlimbs adapted for springing. In common with other lynx
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Bigger Eurasian lynx hunt deer and other larger prey in addition to small animals.
Eurasian lynx are often marked with narrow dark stripes along the back, and
several dark stripes may also occur on the forehead, between the ears, and on
The Eurasian Lynx has a very broad distribution. It occurs along forested
mountain ranges in southeastern and Central Europe and from northern and
The Eurasian lynx is the third largest predator in Europe after the brown bear and
Eurasian lynx are one of the most widely distributed cat species. Their range
once extended throughout Russia, Central Asia, and Europe. Today they occupy
Main Characteristics The Eurasian Lynx is a medium sized cat and it is the
largest of the lynxes. They have a body length between 0.8 and 1.3 m (2.5 - 4.25
The Eurasian lynx is the largest of the lynx family. 30000 of them prowl the