Lynx

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Lynx

Main entities of trackers that cooperate with WildEurope Platform in the Lynx section:

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www.iberlince.eu

“The Iberian lynx is the world’s most endangered feline species. However, conservation measures have seen its population inch above 400.

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1900 – 2000 © WWF Iberian Lyns Population & Distribution In the early 19th century the Iberian lynx was found in Spain, Portugal and Southern France. It declined steadily during the 20th century, and at the beginning of the 2000s only two isolated breeding populations remained in the world, located in southern Spain, and totaling about 100 adult animals, with only 25 breeding females.
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