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The Iberian lynx is no longer critically endangered

They were on the verge of disappearing 20 years ago, but today, the Iberian lynx is no longer considered critically endangered. However, much remains to be done to save the species.

10/30/2019 10:33 AM

6 comments

  • Stewart J.
    03/03/2020 22:19

    Good looking cat

  • Jean C.
    03/01/2020 11:33

    Parts of South Africa have a big problem with too many monkeys stealing farm crops. In my opinion this is Due to the shootings of Lynx and Leopards.

  • Kumeraguru M.
    03/01/2020 06:35

    Castellano

  • Roberto E.
    02/29/2020 23:52

    the species is not Spanish, it’s Iberian

  • Ann M.
    02/29/2020 18:26

    Too many hats, coats, coat collars & hand muffs were manufactured in the day - from their beautiful fur. Very sad indeed! Cause & effect. Now, consumers are wearing more man-made products instead ...

  • jezebel _
    11/02/2019 04:58

    You mean Spanish AND Portuguese species, Brut.. This was a major effort between try the public and private sectors of more than one country. Let's use it as a model to save endangered species that are less cute.

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