(or wildcat) scopes out the path ahead. Bobcats and lynx are separate species but belong to the same genus. Bobcats (Lynx rufus) are sometimes mistaken for lynx (Lynx canadensis). Bobcats are compact similar to the size of a large house cat. They are well camouflaged thanks to brown grey fur color with black spotted flanks, tummy and legs. Though both animals have tufted ears and a short tail, the bobcat’s tufts are shorter and its tail is white underneath with black bars on top and a white tip. The lynx’s tail has a black tip and no white underneath. Bobcats have small feet too. Melvin Sandoval's gorgeous green turquoise wildcat measures about 2 3/8" long, 3/4" wide and 1 1/8" tall. The natural texture within this mineral is delightful.
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