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Canada lynx

Lynx canadensis canadensis

Order: Carnivora

Family: Felidae

Datasheet

Sex: male

Age: adult

Skull length: 12.6 cm

Skull width: 8.9 cm

Skull height: 6.4 cm

Skull weight: 75.8 g

Owner: Hungarian Natural History Museum

Inventory number: 65.71.1.

Collecting date: 20 February 1965

Collecting area: Toby Creek, British Columbia, Canada

Uploaded: 18 April 2018

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Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis canadensis) skull

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