Senin, 25 Juni 2012


The Biggest Animals Kingdom and in The World | Lynx | Lynx have short tails and tufts of black hair characteristics on the tips of their ears. All species of lynx also white fur on his chest, belly and inner legs, which are extensions of the chest and belly fur. Smaller species are lynx and lynx in Canada, while the largest is the Eurasian lynx, with considerable variation within species. Lynx are usually solitary, although a small group of lynx may travel and hunt together occasionally. The gestation period of lynx is about 70 days. Lynx will create their dens in crevices or under ledges. They also feed on a wide range of animals, deer, reindeer, deer, small deer, chamois and, for smaller, more common prey: rabbits, fish, foxes, sheep, squirrels, mice, turkeys and other birds, and goats. The Eurasian lynx is between the central and northern Europe across Asia to India. 

A resettlement project, started in 1973, was successfully reintroduced lynx in the Slovenian Alps and the Croatian region of Gorski Kotar and Velebit, including Croatia Plitvice Lakes National Park and National Park Risnjak. In both countries, the lynx is listed as an endangered species and protected by law. Various resettlement projects undertaken in 1970 lynx have been successful in different regions of Switzerland. Lynx are more common in northern Europe, especially Sweden, Estonia, Finland, and parts of northern Russia. The lynx population in Finland was 1900-2100 individuals in 2008, and the numbers have increased every year since 1992. The lynx population in Finland is currently estimated at greater than ever. 

The critically endangered Iberian Lynx lives in southern Spain and previously in the eastern part of Portugal. A lynx is expected to play outside binnder Silves in the Algarve in southern Portugal.
The lynx hunting is illegal in many countries.

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