Monday, April 19, 2010
In the article "Lynx relocated to Colorado traveled 1,200 miles back to Canada" by Howard Pankratz, explains how a Lynx traveled to Canada and had been fathering two sets of kittens; one set of two and one set of four. This is important to the world because it shows how one species can migrate to different countries on it's own. This is important to geologists because they can study the habits and changes in migration and living techniques. This is important to me because if the migration continues and they decide to come down to Colorado, then it would be likely that I could see one near by.