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PHOENIX - Neighbors say they are on the lookout for a large bobcat that has made a Phoenix neighborhood his home.

Authorities got the call of a "very large" bobcat roaming the neighborhood near 36th St & Lincoln.

Arizona Game and Fish officials say bobcats are most active during sunset and sunrise.

Bobcats also rarely attack people but may attack small pets and birds.
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