Iberian Lynx

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Iberian Lynx

Only 1,000 of it's kind is left.

Iberian Lynx

By Natalie Wehman

The Iberian Lynx is endangered because of it's prized fur.

The Iberian Lynx is heavily spotted. They have long legs and a short tail with a blak tip.

Because of the construction of highways and rodes splitting up the Lynx's habitat more than 10 animals have died under the wheels of a car.

Thanks to the Spanish National and Regional administrations the current population is increasing

The Iberian Lynx's natural habitat is sand dunes and open forests.

They live where the red is.

Watch a video !

The life expectancy in the wild is betweeen ten and fifteen years, and in captivity is around twenty.


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