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The Iberian lynx (''Lynx pardinus'') is a [[critically endangered species]] native to the [[Iberian Peninsula]] in [[Southern Europe]]. It is the most endangered cat species in the world.<ref name="decpaper">{{cite web |last=Ward |first=Dan |title=LynxBrief |publisher=IberiaNature |date=2008-12-12 |url=http://www.iberianature.com/material/documents/LynxBrief12E.pdf |accessdate=2011-05-30}}</ref> According to the conservation group SOS Lynx, if this species dies out, it will be the first [[Felidae|feline]] extinction since the ''[[Smilodon]]'' 10,000 years ago.<ref name="Cubs">{{cite news |last=Gonçalves |first=Eduardo |title=Captured cubs hold future of Europe's tiger |publisher=The Guardian |location=London |url=
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The Iberian lynx (''Lynx pardinus'') is a ass hole [[critically endangered species]] native to the [[Iberian Peninsula]] in [[Southern Europe]]. It is the most endangered cat species in the world.<ref name="decpaper">{{cite web |last=Ward |first=Dan |title=LynxBrief |publisher=IberiaNature |date=2008-12-12 |url=http://www.iberianature.com/material/documents/LynxBrief12E.pdf |accessdate=2011-05-30}}</ref> According to the conservation group SOS Lynx, if this species dies out, it will be the first [[Felidae|feline]] extinction since the ''[[Smilodon]]'' 10,000 years ago.<ref name="Cubs">{{cite news |last=Gonçalves |first=Eduardo |title=Captured cubs hold future of Europe's tiger |publisher=The Guardian |location=London |url=
 
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2002/apr/21/highereducation.biologicalscience |date=2002-04-21 |accessdate=2010-11-14}}</ref> The species used to be classified as a subspecies of the Eurasian lynx, but is now considered a separate species. Both species occurred together in central [[Europe]] in the [[Pleistocene]] epoch, being separated by habitat choice.<ref name="iucncsg"/> The Iberian lynx is believed to have evolved from ''[[Lynx issiodorensis]]''.<ref name="Bjorn">{{cite book |first=Björn |last=Kurtén |title=Pleistocene Mammals of Europe |year=1968}}</ref>
 
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2002/apr/21/highereducation.biologicalscience |date=2002-04-21 |accessdate=2010-11-14}}</ref> The species used to be classified as a subspecies of the Eurasian lynx, but is now considered a separate species. Both species occurred together in central [[Europe]] in the [[Pleistocene]] epoch, being separated by habitat choice.<ref name="iucncsg"/> The Iberian lynx is believed to have evolved from ''[[Lynx issiodorensis]]''.<ref name="Bjorn">{{cite book |first=Björn |last=Kurtén |title=Pleistocene Mammals of Europe |year=1968}}</ref>
   
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