The Iberian lynx is the world's most endangered feline species. The conservation effort taken to prevent it's extinction has paid out. A shrinking population of less than 100 Iberian lynxs in 2002 is now up to 404 cats that live in the Mediterranean forests of the Iberian Peninsula.

The Iberian lynx is the world's most endangered feline species. The conservation effort taken to prevent it's extinction has paid out. A shrinking population of less than 100 Iberian lynxs in 2002 is now up to 404 cats that live in the Mediterranean forests of the Iberian Peninsula.

Bornean Clouded Leopard has lived on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra for hundreds of thousands of years and yet was only recently recognized as a separate feline species. Called 'Neofelis Diardi' the cat is now believed to be different from the mainland clouded leopard the 'Neofelis Nebulosa'. The difference was established after a detailed chromosomal analysis during which enough contrast was found with the clouded leopard to stop considering it as its subspecies…

Bornean Clouded Leopard has lived on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra for hundreds of thousands of years and yet was only recently recognized as a separate feline species. Called 'Neofelis Diardi' the cat is now believed to be different from the mainland clouded leopard the 'Neofelis Nebulosa'. The difference was established after a detailed chromosomal analysis during which enough contrast was found with the clouded leopard to stop considering it as its subspecies…

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