Top 10 Lynx Coloring Pages For Your Little One

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Does your child enjoy learning about different types of wild cats? Do you want to nourish your child’s creativity through wildlife coloring pages? If you said yes, then we have ten lynx coloring pages to get your kid started today!

Lynxes are brown or gray cats endemic in Asia, Europe, and North America. There are four main species of lynx and several sub-species. All the species of lynxes can adapt to low temperatures. The length and height of the lynx depend on the species. On an average, a lynx can reach up to 40 inches in length. Check out our collection of 10 Lynx coloring pages below!

10 Interesting Lynx Coloring Pages:

1. Lynx:

Here’s a realistic coloring image of a lynx. Lynxes have a beautiful light brown fur. The color of the fur changes according to the season. The fur turns brown during summers and gray during the winter. The whole body of a lynx has dark-colored spots. Its ears have white patches that end with black tufts. The tufts enhance the hearing ability of the lynx.

2. Lynx Purring:

The coloring page shows a lynx purring. Lynxes are vocal animals. They can produce hisses, purrs and cat like meows. The Lynx is a nocturnal animal so you will rarely see him during the day. It also becomes very cautious when it comes to people and the predators. It makes a unique sound whenever it hears a predator approaching.

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3. A Majestic Lynx:

Here’s a majestic lynx coloring page. The population of lynx has come down mainly because of poaching. Lynxes are hunted for their skin, which is highly acclaimed in the fashion industry. The Iberian lynxes are critically endangered while the remaining species and subspecies are listed as threatened species.

4. Lynx Cub:

Here’s one of the adorable coloring pages of lynx cubs. A young lynx learns all the tricks and skills of hunting with the help of his mother. It takes more than two years for them to start leading an independent life. A lynx can survive 15 years in wild and 25 years in captivity.

5. Lynx Hunting:

Lynxes are carnivores. They usually hunt of small mammals like mice, squirrels, birds, rabbit and hare. The larger species of lynx hunt bigger animals like deer. The excellent hearing ability of these cats helps it locate its prey. It also has a very sharp vision that helps it hunt. Lynxes can detect a mouse even from a distance of 150 feet.

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6. Lynx Climbing The Tree:

A Lynx is not a very fast runner. It never chases the prey. It uses the element of surprise by hunting the prey from an ambush. Lynx can easily move across the snow because of their large and rounded feet. You can say that their feet act as snowshoes. Lynxes use their claws for climbing the trees, hunting and defending against the predators.

7. Iberian Lynx:

The Iberian Lynx is an endangered species, endemic in the Iberian Plateau. This species of lynx loves eating rabbit and has a little ability to adapt its diet, which is the main reason for the decline in population. They might become endangered shortly. Just like most of the lynxes, Iberian lynxes have long legs, short tail, tufted ears, and a ruff of fur.

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8. Eurasian Lynx:

Here is another Lynx coloring pictures. The Eurasian lynx is one of the largest species of lynx, ranging from 85 to 130 cm in length. It is a medium-sized lynx with long legs and webbed and furry paws. It has a short bobbed tail with all black tips. These cats are native to South Asia, East Asia, Central Asia and Russia. Eurasian lynxes extirpated from the Western Europe, but the wildlife conversation people are reintroducing some new species.

9. Canada Lynx:

Here’s a coloring image of a Canada lynx. This North American mammal belongs to the Felidae family. You will find this species across Alaska, Canada and some parts of the United States. The Canada lynx has a silver-brown coat, tufted ears, and a ruffled face. In summer, the coat turns reddish brown in color with black markings.

10. Bob Cat:

The bobcat is a species of lynx native to North America. It belongs to the Felidae family. It has large legs and furry paws. The bobcat is an adaptable predator and prefers inhabiting the forest edges, swampland, semi-desert and wooded areas. These meat eaters like feeding on rabbits, birds, squirrels and rodents. Bobcats are also vital for controlling the pest population.

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We’re sure that your little ones will enjoy learning about this wild cat through our lynx coloring pages. Does your child like lynxes? What is his most favorite wild cat? Tell us here. Leave a comment below.

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