The Canadian Lynx is a cat that is similar to
the Bobcat. Their population rises and falls
according to the population of the Snowshoe Hares,
their prey. When there are many hares, the lynx
population is on the rise, but when the hare
population starts falling, so does the lynx
population. They are usually found in Canada,
Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and the Montana
range; they prefer to live mostly in the cold
north. Since the weather doesn't completely change
in these areas, the lynxes like where they live.
So, this means that they are non-migratory. They
may move around from state to state or occupy
different areas within the same region to find
more food, but they never travel for more than
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