When a bobcat is full grown it will weigh about 33 pounds. It is about 26-42 inches in length and the tale can be between 4 to 8 inches long. The bobcats coat is a reddish light brown and is covered with stripes and streaks. They are about 2 feet tall. A bobcat has very sharp claws and teeth and can slice though flesh. The bobcats territory is about 100 square miles.

Baby bobcats eat live mice to help them learn how to hunt. A bobcat has sharp claws to help them climb. A bobcat has very good hearing. Their coat is camouflaged and which helps them avoid their predators and allows them to sneak up on their prey. Bobcats eat rabbit, rats, squirrels, ground nesting birds, turkeys and small sick deer. They have soft padded feet so they can sneak up on prey.

They hunt at night. A bobcats predators are cougars, pumas and humans. Big Bluestem Grass also called turkey feet because of the seed heads shape. The graves can grow from 3 to 10 feet. It grows in little hill shapes and has bronze to purple or green seed heads. The blades of grass are hairy and can reach 12 inches long and 1/2 an inch wide.

The grass have very deep roots. The deep roots keeps the wind from blowing the dirt away. The American bison ate this grass because it was the biggest type of grass. The big bluestem grass grows best in moist, well drained soil. Big Bluestem Grass also called turkey feet because of the seed heads shape. The graves can grow from 3 to 10 feet.

It grows in little hill shapes and has bronze to purple or green seed heads. The blades of grass are hairy and can reach 12 inches long and 1/2 an inch wide. The grass have very deep roots. The deep roots keeps the wind from blowing the dirt away. The American bison ate this grass because it was the biggest type of grass. The big bluestem grass grows best in moist, well drained soil..