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of northern North America

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WILD The stuffed Canadian Lynx at the Bristol Museum
Francesca Pearson contributes The Leopard (pastel), while there's a broody-eyed Kalahari Lion by Jean Webster and also her delightful Canadian Lynx Cubs (both watercolours).
SNOW SCENE: A stuffed Canadian Lynx in a natural landscape GRIM: A Merseyside police wildlife officer shows an ocelot fur and a stuffed cobra (right) seized in the raid
Peterson (1966) reported average hind foot length in eastern Canadian lynx as significantly larger (24.0 cm).
Then there's the Canadian lynx, spotted in the vicinity more than a year ago.
Forest Service revealed that seven researchers employed by the agency to conduct a habitat survey of the endangered Canadian lynx had planted hairs from that wildcat species in three national forests in Washington.
In the 1990s, the Fish and Wildlife Service began to consider listing the Canadian lynx on the U.S.
"A 34-pound Canadian lynx, an animal found primarily in northern states such as Maine and Montana, was carried through (veterinary school's) doors with two broken bones and multiple leg fractures."
The puma is far larger than its two feline cousins--the bobcat (Lynx rufus) and Canadian lynx (Lynx canadensis)--and considerably bigger than other North American carnivores, such as the wolf (Canis lupus).
"In some cases reintroduction is a powerful tool, but for others, it's really not a factor." The reintroduction of Canadian lynx into southern Colorado stirred controversy when 10 of the 41 lynx released this past year died from such causes as starvation and speeding vehicles.
Congress has earmarked $2.4 million to pave a nine-mile stretch of gravel road on the western border of Glacier National Park, and environmentalists fear that it will disrupt one of the few ecosystems in the lower 48 states that hosts the endangered grizzly bear, gray wolf, and the rare Canadian lynx. The North Fork Road lies in a 60-mile corridor that provides isolated habitat for the large carnivores to move between British Columbia and the U.S.
This is consistent with the observations of the Canadian lynx Lynx canadensis by Kolbe & Squires (2007).
Ed Laquidara also showed the children a pine snake, skunk, eagle owl and Canadian lynx.
And so the postcards came: Canadian Mounties, Lumber Raft on the Ottawa River, The Canadian Lynx...
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