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In 2002, the Iberian lynx was identified as the world’s most endangered cat, with just 94 left in the wild
The lynx was finally captured over two hours later, after getting itself trapped in the entrance of one of the town’s houses.
THE ‘experts’ at the Junta de Andalucia remain unconvinced but for one man there is no doubt. After 60 years of absence,...
Andalucia is home to 75% of the Iberian lynx population of the peninsula, and three out of every four lynxes in Andalucia are found in the Sierra Morena area.
HUNTERS have been blamed after the bullet-ridden body of a rare Iberian Lynx was found by a police...
The Iberian Lynx Captive Breeding Programme Ex situ has recorded the birth of eight cubs in the last week.
The cute cubs, which are the world’s most endangered feline species, have passed their first health check-up at Jerez Zoo
Huelva fires may have destroyed years of conservation work for Iberian Lynx as handlers forced to release big cats...
Some 550 firefighters are continuing to fight the blaze
Check out 11 native species still living life on the edge
A total of 440 Iberian lynxes are thought to have been living in the country in 2016, up from 404 the previous year
If you go down to the woods today, watch out
Conservationists are introducing eyes in the sky in order to gather more information about the wild cats
In the past 12 months, 22 of the 28 lynxes to die in Andalucia were killed by cars
The births of two Iberian lynx cubs in Badajoz is being hailed as a ‘breakthrough’ moment
Last year alone, 21 of the 27 lynxes which died in the region were hit by motor vehicles
Conservationists hope the drones will help them better understand lynx movements in order to prevent more deaths
Three Iberian lynxes were found maimed and riddled with bullets
The return to fashion of the versatile building material means the predator's habitat is being preserved
Final redoubt of world's most famous wild cat the lynx seriously under threat, writes Wendy Williams