Around 1,500 lynx still living in Romania’s forests

Romania’s forests currently are home to some 1,200 – 1,500 lynx, accounting for 14 percent of the entire lynx population in Europe, except for Russia, according to figures supplied by the World Wide Fund /WWF/ – Romania.

According to the source, the lynx species was spread all over Europe, but over the last century such wild animals have disappeared in western and central Europe, as a result of human action and the destruction of habitats.

Keep on reading this article at Act media website.

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