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Rewilding of Lynx to UK Looks More Likely — 7 Comments

  1. You can’t even save your only native cat species, the Scottish Wildcat, from extinction due to your incessant need to let your invasive-species moggies roam free; and now you want to condemn another species to extinction with your moggies?

    Nice plan. I suggest you look into all the endangered Florida Panthers, Mountain-Lions, and other cat species worldwide that are dying-off from feline diseases being spread all over earth by your beloved moggies.

    • Yes, I’d love to be in a place where there were wild lynx. It would add to the place. It would give it a bit of magic.

  2. My opinion is that these beautiful cats should be re-introduced into the uninhabited forest areas of Canada.
    Northern Canada is, virtually, ripe for the proliferation of wild animals. Also, Canada is one of the richest countries in this world. They can afford to promote such a project.
    I don’t see how unfenced private estate areas in the UK would be suitable. Way, way, way too many humans around.

    • I don’t see how unfenced private estate areas in the UK would be suitable. Way, way, way too many humans around.

      Yes, I understand what you mean by that and Canada is better. Millions of square miles of space. There are, however, some quite large spaces relatively untouched by humans in the UK still. Cumbria, Northumberland and Aberdeenshire are in the north and in Scotland. The human population there is relatively low compared to the South. See the comment below.

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