The Iberian Lynx. General Information.
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The Iberian Lynx is Critically Endangered and is one of the most endangered cats in the world. These Fierce cats are found in all around Europe. They are carnivals and they eat small mammals such as mice, squirrels, and birds. In 1980, their were lots of Iberian Lynxes found in the south of Spain. Then, in 2003, they were decreased a lot, I wonder how many Iberian Lynxes could exist by now?
1980 in Spain 2003 in Spain
The head and body length is 85 to 110 centimetres (33 to 43 in), with the short tail an additional 12 to 30 centimetres (4.7 to 12 in); the shoulder height is 60 to 70 centimetres (24 to 28 in). The male is larger than the female, with the average weight of males 12.9 kilograms (28 lb) and a maximum of 26.8 kilograms (59 lb), compared to an average of 9.4 kilograms (21 lb) for females. They have a very strong roar as well!
HOW IT HAS BECOME ENDANGERED AND WHY
The Iberian Lynx Have been endangered for decades. They have been endangered because of their beautiful fur! They have been doing this because their fur are so isolated because of the cold. Also, they have been struggling because they live in the mountains of Spain, far from the cold northern forests where most Iberian lynx live.
Graphic showing Iberian Lynx population in Spain, 1950-2007