Well more than back in 2007 anyway….. This old BBC article is fascinating. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/6987435.stm
On the edge of the Donana national park in Andalucia, just about at Spain’s south-western tip, the pine forests hide a very special building.
It’s a breeding project for one of the rarest wild cats in the world, the Iberian lynx.
They only live in this part of Spain, and while it’s impossible to tell for sure, it’s estimated that only about 150 of them are left in the wild.
A shame that year after year the strawberry fields, construction and illegal wells continued which must have slowed the lynx recovery by a huge amount……