Bobcats have fur that is gray or brown in color. The fur on their belly is white. They have spots and short tails. Males are usually larger than females.
Baby bobcats are called kittens. They usually have 2 to 3 babies in a litter. After they grow up, they move away from their family. They live alone most of the time.
Bobcats are meat eaters. Meat eaters are also called carnivores. Their main food is rabbit. Other food includes rodents, beaver, birds, bats and deer.
These cats live in Canada and the United States. Bobcats live in Florida including Hillsborough County.
1. Bobcats are carnivores, which mean meat eaters. Their diet could include rodents, birds, bats and deer. But what is their primary diet?
2. True or false – Bobcats can be found throughout the United States including Florida.
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