Bobcat  ( Lynx rufus )

Natural Selection Wildlife and Nature Photography by Mark J. Thomas, Photographer from around the world including blue icebergs and other original nature photography, photographers.

Precioso lince ibérico

The Iberian lynx is the world's most endangered feline species. The conservation effort taken to prevent it's extinction has paid out. A shrinking population of less than 100 Iberian lynxs in 2002 is now up to 404 cats that live in the Mediterranean fores

Iberian lynx <3 -- The Iberian lynx, the world's most endangered cat, will probably go extinct in 50 years as a result of climate change, a new study in the journal Nature Climate Change reports.

Say Goodbye To The Iberian Lynx

Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus) is found only in two small areas of southwest Spain. It is the most endangered wild cat species in the world; will probably go extinct in 50 years if nothing is done.

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Sweet Medicine: SECRET - Azahar, one of the Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus), involved in the conservation program developed by both Iberian countries in an attempt to prevent its extinction.

beautiful-wildlife: Lynx by Naturfotografie - Stefan Betz

Eurasian Lynx  (Lynx lynx) is a medium-sized cat native to European and Siberian forests, Central Asia and East Asia. It is also known as the European lynx, common lynx, the northern lynx, and the Siberian or Russian lynx.

The Eurasian lynx is a medium-sized cat native to European and Siberian forests, Central Asia and East Asia. It is also known as the European lynx, common lynx, northern lynx, and the Siberian or Russian lynx.

beautiful-wildlife: “ Love Me by Naturfotografie - Stefan Betz ” Felis lynx Lince boreal (Lynx lynx) Lince rojo (Lynx rufus) Lince canadiense (Lynx canadensis)

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