A friendly lynx looking for shade and water

With persistent triple-digit temperatures in Arizona, we welcome those looking for shade and a cool down under the afternoon sprinklers.

Bobcats and Lynx are typically shy and lonely creatures by nature who rarely initiate contact with humans, therefore, human attacks are unlikely. However, they are still dangerous if startled or placed in danger. Both lynx and bobcats belong to the same Lynx genus. Bobcats are the smallest cats in the species with stubby tails and distinct dark strips on the forelegs and tail. Lynx are larger and have a tuft of dark hair on the tips of their ears. Their body is usually light brown, red, rusty, or gray with dark spots for camouflage. Lynx have longer legs and bigger paws.

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