Independent: “Lynx to be reintroduced into wild in Britain after a 1300-year absence”

publicerad 9 mars 2015
- av NewsVoice

Lynx - Photo: Bernard LandgrafINDEPENDENT. The predators eat deer, rabbits and hares among other animals but are not considered a risk to people.

Lynx are to be reintroduced into the wild in Britain after a 1,300-year absence, under an ambitious “rewilding” plan drawn up by a conservation charity.

The Lynx UK Trust would release up to 18 of the cats onto private estates in Aberdeenshire, Cumbria and Norfolk if the idea is given the go-ahead by Natural England and Scottish Natural Heritage.

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