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Adapted to cold Siberia
The Siberian lynx measures 2,46 ft (75 cm) at the withers for a weight of 33 to 66 lbs (15 to 30 kg). Its thick, rather silvery fur allows it to withstand the particularly low temperatures of Siberia, while its shortened tail prevents it from losing too much heat in winter. The large pads of its paws act like snowshoes on the snow. The Siberian lynx mostly frequents the boreal forests, but it also roams the steppes and rocky areas. It needs 3,3 to 6,6 lbs (1.5 to 3 kg) of meat per day and does not eat putrefied meat.
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