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The lynx effect: Iberian cat claws its way back from brink of extinction
by Sam Jones
The Guardian Translate This Article
25 October 2020
On 25 October 2020 The Guardian reported:
Spotty of coat, tufty of ear, and teetering on the verge of extinction less than two decades ago, the Iberian lynx is continuing to claw its way back across Spain and Portugal. According to the latest survey, the lynx population on the peninsula has increased ninefold over 18 years, rising from 94 in 2002 to 855 this year. Experts say that if the current conservation and reintroduction efforts can maintain their momentum, the species could be out of danger by 2040.
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