Video Shows the Bizarre Sound of a Lynx Screaming Match

Published 26 May 2018, 10:05 BST
Video Shows the Bizarre Sound of a Lynx Screaming Match

These lynxes are likely in the middle of a territorial dispute. Lynx make long, wailing calls to attract mates. They make low growls to claim their territory … and short barks to locate offspring. It’s common for the aggressive calls to serve as a substitute for physical combat. In this way, both cats get to part ways uninjured.

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Two Lynx Cats Scream at Each Other—Can You Stand It?

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