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Transcript of IBERIAN LYNX
Weight: 12,5 kg the males and 9 kg the females.
Its pointed ears are terminated by a brush of rigid black hairs which benefit his camouflage.
Their coat is a grey/brown colour with distinctive black marckings and a light coloured underside.
The Iberian Lynx is mainly nocturnal but during the winter months it is active during the day.
74,7 to 84,5 cm
69,0 to 78,5 cm
41 to 55 cm
36 to 47 cm
12,6 to 16,9 cm
11,0 to 16,7 cm
IBERIAN LYNX DISTRIBUTION
WHAT ARE THE MAIN
DECREASING FOOD BASE
HABITAT LOSS AND DEGRADATION
IN SITU TECHNIQUES
HOW TO PREVENT THE EXTINCTION
Monitoring of populations of the Iberian lynx.
Management of rabbit populations.
Reducing the risk of trampling on highways and roads.
Increasing the area of optimal habitats for the species.
Agreements with private farms.
EX SITU TECHNIQUES
EX SITU CONSERVATION PROGRAM
Iberian lynx breeding, to retain 85 % of the genetic variation.
Iberian lynx breeding, to create new populations of lynx in areas of historical distribution.
Maintain a program of ex situ conservation unified.
Incorporate new centers to ex situ conservation program.
Promove the exploration, protection and restoration of habitats to accommodate future populations of lynx bred in captivity.