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WWF E-news | Iberian lynx cubs

WWF E-news | Iberian lynx cubs

( Iberian Lynx. Critically endangered. There is still discussion as to whether this lynx is the same species as the Canadian and Siberian lynx.) * * EITHER ONE, I LOVE THEIR FACES.

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Iberian lynx <3 -- The Iberian lynx, the world's most endangered cat, will probably go extinct in 50 years as a result of climate change, a new study in the journal Nature Climate Change reports.

Say Goodbye To The Iberian Lynx

Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus) is found only in two small areas of southwest Spain. It is the most endangered wild cat species in the world; will probably go extinct in 50 years if nothing is done.

Iberian lynx--The Iberian lynx is the rarest cat species in the world today. Once found throughout Spain and Portugal, the Iberian lynx is now limited to Andalusia, Spain.With the decline of habitat, reduction in the number of rabbits that are their main prey and poaching, the Iberian lynx is on the brink of extinction. Studies conducted in 2005 showed that only 400 lynx existed in the area.

Iberian Lynx Cat, Iberian Lynx Kittens,Iberian Lynx cubs,Lynx facts and images. The Iberian lynx is the rarest cat species in the world .

Iberian Lynx “The Iberian lynx, Lynx pardinus, is a critically endangered species native to the Iberian Peninsula in Southern Europe. It is one of the most endangered cat species in the world. According to the conservation group SOS Lynx, if this species died out, it would be one of the few feline extinctions since the Smilodon 10,000 years ago.” (via 100% Animal) by macie_sloan

Iberian Lynx “The Iberian lynx, Lynx pardinus, is a critically endangered…

Azahar, one of the Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus), involved in the conservation program developed by both Iberian countries in an attempt to prevent its extinction. http://www.mainecoonguide.com/maine-coon-personality-traits/

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Sweet Medicine: SECRET - Azahar, one of the Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus), involved in the conservation program developed by both Iberian countries in an attempt to prevent its extinction.

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Hilarious Truth About Cats That Every Feline Fan Will Relate To

The most endangered cat species is the world is the beautiful Iberian Lynx [Spanish lynx], (Lynx pardinus) so it is nice to see one here with a cub. The Iberian lynx is heavily spotted and weighs about half as much as the Eurasian species, with long legs

The Iberian lynx                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

27 Animaux Extraordinaires au Bord de L'extinction

My daily post of short, snappy facts about endangered species is up over on my website. Today the Iberian lynx takes a bow - which, sadly, he may not be doing for much longer. These very special cats are on the verge of extinction!

The Iberian Lynx is a mountain dweller of western Europe and is among the rarest cats on Earth. Bad ass and beautiful!

The Iberian lynx, brought back from the brink of extinction by a team of dedicated biologists in Spain.- I now wish to travel to Spain to see one of these guys, I just love those eyes

The Iberian lynx, brought back from the brink of extinction by a team of dedicated biologists in Spain You would be lucky to see the shy, elusive Iberian lynx, Europe’s most endangered mammal… https://abluteau.wordpress.com/2009/02/13/the-lynx-effect-one-womans-quest-to-save-a-species/

The Iberian lynx Lynx pardinus photo by John Cancalosi. This is the world's most endangered feline.

Wildlife Bootcamp by Marsel van Oosten

Iberian Lynx at a Wildlife Photography Bootcamp in Spain where animals live in semi-wild conditions in stunning scenery. Getting a good shot of a lynx in the wild is close to impossible (they're endangered).

Too cute! Sadly, these babies are as rare as they are adorable - The World Wildlife Foundation estimates that with only 38 breeding females left in the wild, the Iberian lynx is likely to become extinct within 10-20 years if nothing is done.    Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/08/16/photos-the-15-cutest-endangered-animals-in-the-world/slide/iberian-lynx-cubs/##ixzz246Enog3d

Iberian Lynx Cubs

A trio of Iberian lynx cubs born in captivity, Brecina (L), Brezo (C), and Brisa, venture out to explore their surroundings in Donana Nation.

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