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Saved From Extinction in Spain, the Iberian Lynx in Portugal Emigrates


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CherAWAY
- 2884 days ago - animali.tiscali.it
After restoring species at risk of extinction of the Iberian lynx, the Spain that will export to Portugal. The female Azahar Iberian lynx born in captivity in 2004 in the zoo-botanical Jerez de la Frontera (Cadiz), will be transferred to the new breeding



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CherAWAY N. (1449)
Wednesday October 28, 2009, 6:58 am


Here is the translation...

After restoring species at risk of extinction of the Iberian lynx, the Spain that will export to Portugal. The female Azahar Iberian lynx born in captivity in 2004 in the zoo-botanical Jerez de la Frontera (Cadiz), will be transferred to the new breeding center in Silves, Portugal, under the action plan for raising cat in the Iberian peninsula. Sources in the Ministry for the Environment, Explained that Azahar was transported in a cage, guarded by researchers participating in the program in the center of Silves, where on 30 October will be transferred to other four specimens of lynx from the center of La olivilla of Jaen, Andalusia.Overall, the program provides transfer to Portugal of 16 specimens of the feline, which will form the new Portuguese colony, under the agreement of cooperation signed by the two governments. Thanks to the departure of lynxes at a time of release in the near Lusitano breeding center in Andalusia the necessary space to accommodate other puppies.Part of theirThe Portuguese Ministry of the Environment has committed to undertake and achieve within the next three years, the rehabilitation program of the Iberian lynx, with the identification of at least a security zone and the establishment of an annual report on health status feline and a study on their behavior.

 

Fiona O (597)
Wednesday October 28, 2009, 8:04 am
Thank you Cher for the further explanation of this event. You did a good job with the translation.
 

Gorilly Girl (339)
Wednesday October 28, 2009, 2:09 pm
They can save thier cats which is good, but they dont wanna protect thier mighty bulls???

Big Gorilly Hugs
 
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