Saving Poland’s Lynx

Eradicated from much of Europe 150 years ago, lynx populations remain dotted across isolated forested regions. An estimated 200 of the solitary big cats live in Poland, where a group of veterinarians are doing their bit to save the pointy-eared felines.

Vets Rush to Save Poland's Lynx
Science News by NewsLook

130 comments

Warren Webber
Warren Webber1 years ago

Live long and prosper!

paul m.
paul m.3 years ago

noted/

Kate S.
Kate S.3 years ago

HOPEFUL WE HUMANS WAKE UP AND REALIZE WE HAVE CAUSED ENOUGH DAMAGE TO EARTH AND THE ANIMALS AND ORGANISMS AND CHANGE OUR WAYS BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE

Camilla Vaga
Camilla Vaga3 years ago

i hope and pray that they will be saved

CHRISTINANICKI G.
.3 years ago

THANK YOU FOR THE ARTICLE,HOPE THEY WILL BE SAVED

Magdika Cecilia Perez
Magdika Perez3 years ago

thank you

Alan Lambert
Alan Lambert3 years ago

Excellent.

Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener4 years ago

Protect earths furry best!

Robin R.
Robin R.4 years ago

He is so beautiful!!! And quite honestly I would be feisty too if you locked me in an 8x8 cage. Good for them that the vets and volunteers are doing what they can to save these amazing cats. We need to educate the general public in the region so that people stop endangering them further.

Lynn D.
Lynn D.4 years ago

Hope they can be saved, thanks for article!