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WHAT IS A BOBCAT?


The bobcat gets its name from its stumpy tail and they Bobcats are likely to be seen during the day only in the winter when food is scarce.



Bobcats are good swimmers, but they rarely go into the water. Although, on hot days, they sit, not swim, in pools of water to keep cool. The farther North bobcats live, the larger they grow. In Canada, they are the largest. Bobcat kittens can be tamed and are sometimes kept as pets.














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The litter size is generally large, usually consisting of 1-6 young and are born after a gestation period of approximately 60 days. The kittens have a daily weight gain of approximately 25g per day and are weaned at about 12 weeks - the bobcat is independent of its mother at about 10-12 months of age. There is a noticeable difference between the lifespan of the wild and captive bobcat - in the wild the average age is believed to be 12-13 years, however in captivity bobcats can reach their mid twenties.

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