160 Iberian Lynx left in Spain


A study by the organization Ecologistas en Acción reveals that populations of the Iberian lynx continue to decline in Spain, despite conservation efforts.

 The lynx numbers just 160 animals in Spain -- an 85% decline since 1990, and a number that includes 64 cubs born just last year. The Iberian lynx is one of the world's most endangered cat species.

Full story: Iberian Lynx remains under danger of extinction

Link to study (in Spanish)

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