(WIDK By Bob Bachelder) - A very secretive feline was captured by cameras in Canada.
The Canadian lynx is a very elusive cat however, by using automatic motion-sensitive cameras, researchers in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, were able to capture the beautiful cat crossing an overpass.
According to Brandon Sun, the overpasses were built in 1996 to help animals, such as the Canadian lynx, travel to different parts of the park without being hit by cars.
The lynx is rarely spotted because they are less populous and prefer higher terrains.
They are about double the size of your average house cat and hunt snow hare rabbits.
In the past 15 years, 6 Canadian lynx and 11 wolverines have been spotted using the overpass. Mostly they photograph pictures of deer, bears, and wolves.
The lynx are extremely intelligent, so they try to avoid people and anything else that gets close to it.