The Bobcat is named for its short
- They weigh
between 13-30 pounds, stand 21 inches high and are 30-50 inches long.
- Their coat color
varies and has been recorded in shades of light gray, yellowish-brown,
buff-brown, and reddish-brown.
- The Bobcat is a solitary animal getting together only to mate.
- Although Bobcats have been hunted extensively by humans, both for sport and fur, their population has proven resilient.
- In the wild, Bobcats live 12-13 years, and in captivity, they have lived over