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    Lynx

    I got to watch a family of lynx today on the Anchorage hillside, 5 in all, but could only get 3 in the camera at one time. Really fun to watch them, sorry I couldn't get closer for better photo's, but still pretty cool! You can tell by their tracks that they were very active and playful.




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    Wow! Thanks for sharing AK! Not something you get to see everyday! Very cool!


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    Very cool.


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    awesome thanks for shareing
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    Very cool. I bet that’s rare to see let alone 1.
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    that's purty cool!
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    That's way cool! The closest I've ever seen is one that was dead along the road on Red Mt. Pass several years ago. They took them off the endangered list here in Colorado last year, I guess there are enough for a sustaining population.
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