How Does a Lynx Cross a Fence?
Rare images of lynx family in Banff National ParkFebruary 2013.
Alex Taylor, a human-wildlife conflict specialist who works for Parks Canada, was sent to intervene to help keep a lynx and her kitten off the highway near Canada’s Lake Louise in Banff National Park.
While on the scene, Alex snapped an incredibly rare sequence of images of the animals as they crossed highway fencing.
“As the pictures clearly portray, lynx are incredibly agile and flexible animals - this sequence is nothing short of stunning,” said Omar McDadi, a Parks Canada Communications Officer.
“We believe this is the first time lynx have been captured on film crossing highway fencing in this fashion.
“Lynx sightings in Banff National Park are rare, though last March a lynx was snapped using one of the park’s wildlife overpasses…
(read more: Wildlife Extra) (photos: Parks Canada/Alex Taylor)
So basically they magically phase through them, much like when polygon graphics do clipping.
I always knew lynxes defied the laws of physics.
Well, they ARE cats.Source: rhamphotheca