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    Clearly, it's a juvenile liger. Can't see enough of the ears and tail detail. Either way, nice that you were able to see it and get some pics.

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    I was lucky enough to watch a bobcat hunting yesterday morning. Sorry that the video quality/zoom isn't better, I was about 50 yards away filming with my phone.




    https://youtu.be/Mj8YCdhyTkM
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    awesome! .

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    The local bobcats are so used to people they don't even run away, just casually cross the road after looking both ways for cars. Had one saunter in and take a chicken one morning, when I was less than 50 yards away (free range chickens). Had to chase after it, touched off a few rounds - chicken was dropped and came squawking back home. (young bobcats have trouble carrying a full grown laying hen).

    Love the wild cats, but appreciate them more when they aren't trying to steal my poultry.

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    Definitely a Bobcat. The height of his shoulders, his/her stance, the tail is a huge giveaway.. Bobcats have nubby tails and a different coat pattern, Mountain Lions tails are very apparent because unlike dogs they dont tuck their tails between their legs naturally. Mountain Lions use their tail for balance for both walking and climbing terrain, not to say Bobcats dont have balance. Mountain Lions get large and are more vocal than a Bobcat, Im no expert but i do study all different types of animals. I live in Florida and i spend allot of time in the woods, Never seen a Florida Panther in the wild but ive definitely been through both their territories. I digress, Google body size of the Bobcat and The Eastern Mountain Lion. Size of the Adults helps distinguish the two.

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    crazy it was just strolling through

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    My neighbor put motion-activated cameras on his property for scoping out the bucks in the deer herd this year. He was pretty shocked to get some shots of a bobcat passing thru.

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