Of the four lynx species, the bobcat, Eurasian lynx, and Canada lynx are classified as animals of least concern, whereas the Iberian lynx is considered endangered by the IUCN. However, due to successful reintroduction efforts and general conservation, they Iberian lynx’s numbers are on the rise, and they were recently declassified as critically endangered.
- Recommended Age: 3+
- Size in cm: 9 L x 5 H
- Size in inches: 3.54 L x 1.97 H
- UPC: 095866000479
Both the Canadian and Eurasian lynx are considered to have stable populations, but both have lost large areas of their former ranges. The Canadian lynx is considered a threatened species in the continental United States, excluding Hawaii where they have never existed and Alaska, where their populations are much stronger. The Iberian lynx is listed as endangered, upgraded from critically endangered but it remains the most endangered cat in the world.