Remains of Canadian Lynx Unearthed at Bristol Museum

Remains of Canadian Lynx Unearthed at Bristol Museum -- Mislabeled by curators in 1903 as  Eurasian Lynx, the remains of a seemingly large animal has been rediscovered by scientists in the vaults at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.

It is identified as a Canadian Lynx - the creature that is similar to what has been thought as the big cat that once roamed Devon in the early 1900s.
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Lynx is medium-sized wildcat. It larger than the usual domestic cats but smaller than a tiger. This animal has four (4) known species, as listed below:
  1. Eurasian lynx  - grows to a length of 81 to 129 centimeters (32 to 51 in)
  2. Canada Lynx - length ranges from 80 to 105 centimeters (31 to 41 in)
  3. Iberian lynx - measures 85 to 110 centimeters (33 to 43 in)
  4. Bobcat  - 71 to 100 centimetres (28 to 39 in) long

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