Thursday, July 7, 2016
The Amur lynx (Lynx Lynx Stroganovi) is an endangered subspecies of the Eurasian lynx native to the Amur region of Mongolia, Russia, China, and North Korea. It is one of the 2 most critically endangered subspecies along with the Balkan lynx. It is estimated to be around 536-886 individuals left in the wild. Although the only links for the subspecies on the Wikipedia were the Balkan, Siberian, and Sardinian lynxes, the Caucasian lynx is now clickable on the Wikipedia. This is an Amur lynx in captivity in Malta.