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bobcat:

see lynxlynx,
name given to several related small, ferocious members of the cat family. All have small heads, tufted ears, and heavy bodies with long legs and short tails. All are primarily terrestrial, although they are able to climb trees.
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Doosan Bobcat's statement said it has chosen the Dobris factory to produce the E10e for all markets worldwide, with the first machines to be sold in the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) region, with North America and then Asian markets to follow.
Consistent with these changes, Doosan Bobcat has announced the following leadership appointments:
The bobcat had attacked a horse at a farm less than a mile from the course earlier in the day.
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Along with the range's three other models - the B700, B750, and B780 - the Bobcat backhoe loader line offers a choice of different specifications for applications in the construction, utility, rental, roadworks, demolition, excavation, landscaping, and agriculture sectors.
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The adult female bobcat fed alone at the first of two carcasses fed on; this carcass was removed from the area by a coyote within two days of placement.
Bobcat diet in Ohio has remained unstudied since the bobcat began to recover after extirpation, and regional differences in food consumption patterns could help explain the observed disparity in subpopulation growth rates.
The bobcat, Lynx rufus, is considered the smallest of four species of genus Lynx, a family that includes, in the Old World, the Eurasian lynx (the largest) and the Iberian lynx of Spain and Portugal; and in North America, the Canadian lynx.