Iberian Lynx

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Iberian Lynx

The Iberian Lynx lives in the Mediterranean woodland where there is a mixture of dense shrubs and open grasslands.

Iberian Lynx

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The Iberian Lynx may be the first cat species to go extinct for at least 2,000 years.

The Iberian Lynx feeds on wild rabbits, deer fawns, ducks and other animals.

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Females usually have litters of 1 to 4 kittens.

The Iberian Lynx is generally nocturnal with peak activity at twilight, and they are great tree climbers.

There are 84-143 Iberian Lynx adults left.

How Can We Help TheIberian Lynx

Stop clearing their habitat for farming.

Stop destoying and altering their habitat.

Stop over hunting rabbits, their main food supply.

Watch out while you're driving so you don’t hit an Iberian Lynx.

Make traps that won’t accidentally capture the lynx.



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