The Canadian lynx (Lynx canadensis) is a species of lynx that was first described in 1792. They can be found across Alaska, Canada, and northern areas of the States.
Each individual ~5” specimen is in excellent condition, however, they may vary slightly in appearance.
*These specimens are salvaged discards of the fur trade industry, and are provided by licensed trappers. The animals are not protected or endangered and were NOT killed for their skulls.