Two Lynx Cats Scream at Each Other—Can You Stand It?
When it comes to courtship in the animal kingdom, frogs peep, crickets chirp, and cicadas click.
But nothing on Earth compares to the ruckus rendered by a male Canada lynx defending his mate.
Wiebe was searching for northern pygmy owls to photograph when a flurry of movement caught his eye.
"All of a sudden, I saw a commotion," he says. "These two lynx were just flying around up in the trees."
Wiebe managed to park his truck and wade through deep snow to capture the wildcats' effortless acrobatics on video.
"I've never seen a lynx do that. It's like it was just suctioned to the tree," says Wiebe. "They just climb up like it's nothing."
It may look like a fit of screaming