The Minnesota Zoo has a fluffy new member and it would love for you to meet him.
A male Canada lynx kitten, born at the zoo on May 11, is now old enough to join his mother in one of the zoo's exhibitions.
The zoo warns that visitors trying to see the kitten might have to be patient as he adjusts to his new surroundings.
A press release from the zoo details more about the lynx:
"Canada lynx have dense silvery-brown coats, ruffed faces, and tufted ears. Their extra-thick fur and large snowshoe-like paws make them well-suited to cold habitat in northern forests. Snowshoe hare is the lynx's primary food source. Unable to run for long distances, these skilled and patient hunters stalk and attack prey at close range."