Bobcats are fairly small for wild cats, but can run at speeds up to 30 miles per hour. They have evolved to run in short bursts of speed for hunting purposes. While running, their back feet replace the spot where the front feet were, propelling the cat forward. Additionally, this technique also makes them quiet hunters, so they are better able to sneak up on their prey.
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