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- Among all of the wildcats native to the United States, bobcats are the most abundant and occupy the largest range.
- The bobcat is named for its stubby, black-tipped tail, which looks as though it has been cut off, or “bobbed.”
- Like their larger cousin, the lynx, bobcats sport black tufted ears and cheek ruffs that make their faces appear wide.
- Bobcats are solitary, highly territorial predators, with a strictly carnivorous diet of small mammals, reptiles, and birds.