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    Reintroducing the lynx

    I'm afraid it's not that simple. While I can empathize with the frustration of being stuck with a much impoverished native terrestrial fauna (imagine living in a country with only four species of woodpeckers...), there are several things to note: 1) it's not always farmers that are opposed to...
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    Reintroducing the lynx

    Some people have put forward the notion of introducing Iberian Lynx instead of Eurasian Lynx, in order to create an additional refuge for the species. Sounds interesting IMO, but the problem is, where do you find enough Iberian Lynx to start a functional breeding population and also, will they...
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    Reintroducing the lynx

    WTE - will probably happen in the long run, as long as they're not systematically poached. They're already common in similar habitat here in Germany. Lynx - if at all, maybe in Scotland and/or Wales. Wolf - nope, would be a huge waste of tax money for no return. Don't see that happening, not...
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