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Endangered lynx cub killed after being run over in Spain’s Huelva

AN IBERIAN lynx cub has been killed after being run over in the province of Huelva. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and...

Iberian lynx: How Spain brought the world’s most endangered cat back from the brink of extinction

JUST two decades ago, the Iberian lynx was identified as the world’s most endangered cat, teetering on the verge of extinction with less than...

The Highlands look to Spain’s Andalucia in its fight to save its wild cat from extinction through captive breeding

The Junta is collaborating in the international partnership Saving Wildcats, offering expert advice on the development of a captive breeding programme for its Scottish 'cousin'.

Iberian lynx population reaches historic high of almost 900 across southern Spain and Portugal

In 2002, the Iberian lynx was identified as the world’s most endangered cat, with just 94 left in the wild

WATCH: Iberian lynx roams the streets of Spain’s Andalucia before becoming trapped in house

The lynx was finally captured over two hours later, after getting itself trapped in the entrance of one of the town’s houses.

Row over validity of lynx video in Spain’s Andalucia

A ROW has broken out between the Junta de Andalucia and a local businessman over the validity of a lynx video.

Nine more Iberian lynx cubs born in Spain’s Andalucia

All the cubs are now being weaned, training for release into the wild will begin in July.

Two lynxes killed on roads in Doñana Nature Reserve in Spain’s Andalucia

Seven lynxes have died on roads in Spain’s Doñana so far this year.

Once-endangered Iberian lynx now thriving in Spain’s Andalucia

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.

CUTE ALERT: First look at newborn endangered Iberian Lynx cubs in Andalucia

The cute cubs, which are the world’s most endangered feline species, have passed their first health check-up at Jerez Zoo

New Lynx observatory opened in Andalucia

A NEW lynx observatory at the Doñana Natural park has been officially opened by Junta president Susana Diaz. Diaz said the observatory will help ‘spread...

Most successful Iberian Lynx in breeding programme killed as a result of Huelva fires

The adult female died on Sunday  during the evacuation process

Iberian lynxes born at Jerez Zoo

ON Friday, 15 April, Jerez Zoo gained its newest arrivals. The female Iberian Lynx gave birth to three Guinea pig-sized kittens. The mother, Castañuella, remained...

Lynx cats may be reintroduced to the UK following successful Spanish breeding programme

THE tripling of Spain’s Lynx cat population following a successful captive breeding program might see them reintroduced to the UK. The 15-year project saw the...

Madrid’s muggles go crazy for wizard sport Quidditch

Widely played across the pond, is the wizarding sport set to soar in Europe too?

Spain has most endangered species in Europe

The Iberian lynx and Mediterranean monk seal are among the endangered in Spain

No need to search for big cats in the mountains, they are in Estepona

Selwo Aventura introduced two lynx last week and they are loving their new habitat

Big cats are back

The numbers of endangered lynxes in Andalucía has gone from just over 90 to around 300 in a decade following award-winning conservation programme

A needle in a haystack – hunt for the world’s rarest cat

EXCLUSIVE: With some fanatics failing to spot a lynx in a dozen visits, wildlife photographer Simon Littlejohn was incredibly lucky to spot three of the endangered cats in just one day... Here are his remarkable results on a four-day adventure to the Sierra de Andujar

Donana pipeline ‘viable’

Head of the Balboa Refinery insists the scheme is 'viable' but lacks 'political will'

Endangered Iberian lynx is shot dead in Sevilla

And another lynx has been run over by a motorist

New born lynx dies suddenly in Jerez zoo

Cause of death is unknown

Safari Spain – Olive Press Investigation

On the Cordoba-Extremadura border, a businessman is to be tried for charging 30,000 euros to allow hunters the chance to shoot lions, tigers and even perhaps lynxes

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