Lynx lynx

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of northern Eurasia


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His stance has been backed by the National Sheep Association, which is concerned that Lynx UK Trust has applied to release the animals in Northumberland's Kielder Forest In 2015 the Lynx UK Trust claimed Dumfries and Galloway was "wonderfully placed" for Eurasian Lynx and that there was "hugely exciting" potential in the area.
The Eurasian lynx, larger than ours, is also widespread but much less frequently encountered.
Lilith, the young Eurasian lynx, escaped from the wildlife park in Borth
Young Eurasian lynx Lilith was controversially shot dead after efforts to recapture her failed last year
Objective: "The project, planned for 4 years, aims at building a network of research centres in Central and Eastern Europe and Siberia, and apply the state-of-art knowledge in genetics and macroecology to: (1) investigate phylogeography of 7 species of large mammals (wolf, Eurasian lynx, brown bear, moose, red deer, roe deer, and wild boar); (2) identify the locations of LGM refugia for large mammals in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe and the routes of their post-glacial dispersal to current ranges; (3) recognise large-scale patterns of neutral genetic variation of large mammals and correlate them with macroecological variation in life habits; (4) investigate the past genetic variation of European bison (based on ancient DNA extracted from the 19th century museum specimens).
The Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx is present but at a very low density.
The only native wild cat species in the UK is the Scottish wildcat, which looks similar to a domesticated tabby, but there have been calls to reintroduce the Eurasian lynx, thought to have disappeared from Britain around 1,000 years ago.
To evaluate the possibility that cowpox virus may cause disease among Eurasian lynx, we searched for evidence of OPV infection in this large, free-ranging felid in Sweden.
We have three different cats in Europe - the Iberian lynx, European wildcat and Eurasian lynx.
Status and conservation of the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) in 2001.
The Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) is a widely distributed felid and, as suck is not considered to be threatened.
Among the 19 species surveyed in eight habitats across Europe, the conservation status of Eurasian lynx in the Alps and brown bear in Austria was assessed as "bad" and loggerhead turtle as "inadequate".
2 -- 3 -- color) Among the big cats on display at the Exotic Feline Breeding Compound in Rosamond is Angara, a Eurasian lynx, at left, and Rico, an ocelot, above.
Other outrages included two Eurasian lynx incarcerated in a garden shed and a five-foot alligator being kept in a pond-liner in a back bedroom.
It focuses on the wolf, brown bear, Eurasian lynx, Iberian lynx and wolverine.