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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 AMupdated: 01/15/2021 11:01 PM

8 comments

  • Linda A.
    01/16/2021 17:40

    Halleluia!

  • Elena C.
    01/16/2021 13:29

    Mélange de chat et de bouc

  • Telmo R.
    01/16/2021 10:45

    Iberian means portuguese and spanish

  • Maia D.
    01/16/2021 06:38

    I heard about the plight of the Iberian lynx, when I lived in Europe. Amazing progress. With accidental deaths due to road kills, it’s the poachers that are the biggest threat to the survival of the Iberian lynx. All the very best 💜🙏🏽💛

  • Arunkumar N.
    01/16/2021 03:10

    Great Work 🙏🙏

  • Vance P.
    01/16/2021 02:31

    so we can hunt them now?

  • Ahmed I.
    01/16/2021 02:11

    Good Work!! I believe We as inhabitants of the same ecosystem should work towards minimizing the effects of our activities on other species. Our Existence goes hand in hand with theirs.

  • 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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