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lynx

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
lynxlynx /lɪŋks/ noun (plural lynx or lynxes) [countable]  HBAa large wild cat that has no tail and lives in forests syn bobcat American English
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lynxThey may be eagle-eyed or watch like a lynx.Those of some larger mammals, for example hares and lynx, fluctuate in longer cycles of 10-13 years.Grouse are dragged in as the hungry lynx turn to them when their main item of diet disappears.Research suggests there are fewer than 650 Iberian lynx left in the wild.The lynx is a mean, selfish creature.The lynx pay the price and many die of starvation.
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