Iberian lynxes

Iberian Lynx Facts

Iberian Lynx Facts

Lynx Species – Spanish Lynx (Lynx pardinus) The most rare species of Lynx is the Spanish Lynx. Its natural habitat is open forest and sand dunes in isolated areas of Spain and Portugal. It is an endangered species, with only 1,000 remaining in the wild. Its prized fur and label of agricultural pest has greatly…

Animated film about Iberian lynx considered for Oscar nomination

NOTE: The Spanish film, “El lince perdido” (English: “The Missing Lynx”) ended up not being one of the 5 Oscar nominees for Animated Feature Film. It had previously won a Goya, which is Spain’s equivalent of an Oscar. 20 films vie for animated Oscar Published: Nov. 11, 2009 at 2:32 PM BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Nov….

PHOTOS: Endangered Iberian lynxes in Spain

To see photos, go to: https://latimesblogs.latimes.com/unleashed/2009/07/your-morning-adorable-endangered-iberian-lynxes-in-spain.html 11:53 AM, July 10, 2009 These little guys are members of the world’s most endangered species of cat — the Iberian lynx. Fortunately for them a group of conservation biologists is working to save the species through a captive breeding program in the lynxes’ native Spain. A century ago,…