Lynx in Doñana died of hunger, trapped

It seems the death last week of the death of the only autochthonous male lynx left in Doñana was due to by starvation and thirst. The lynx seems to have jumped over a 2 metre high fence into a new reintroduction area which has been set up to acclimatise other lynx brought in from the Sierra Morena. The animal was wearing a radio-tracking collar (as part of the €26m Life project) and there are now questions of why the people monitoring it, did not notice. News from El Mundo or See forum thread on this

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