Wildlife

Big Cats

Catch a  glimpse of these ultimate stealth predators – if you can

By Brian M. Collins
Published: February 17, 2011
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The most adaptable of all North American big cats, the bobcat has a flair for diverse cuisine.
Photo by John James Henderson
Of all carnivores domesticated to the house (or the cabin), cats have earned a notorious reputation for being smooth and calculated loners.

Catch a glimpse of these ultimate stealth predators – if you can.
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