Although the Canadian lynx looks like a pretty domestic cat, although slightly larger, it remains a wild animal. Its summer coat is rather short and brownish. As winter approaches, its fur becomes thicker, which allows it to withstand the cold weather; the long jars that cover it give it a greyish tone. A hint of black hair garnishes the tips of his ears and his cheeks are crowned with a goatee that gives him an elegant air. Its sharp fangs and its well-defined retractile claws make it a formidable predator. His short tail ends with a bit of black hair. Its broad and hairy legs, whose plant is covered with stiff hairs in winter, serve as snowshoes to walk easily in the snow. His fingers can even move away to facilitate his movements in the snow. The lynx of Canada perceives the slightest noises of its environment. His vision is extremely piercing, especially at night, hence the expression "to have a lynx eye". On the other hand, he can hardly rely on his poor sense of smell to spot his prey.
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