After decades of decline, the Iberian Lynx population recently tripled allowing the IUCN to raise their status from critically endangered to endangered. After extensive work in Portugal and Spain, the number of reproductive females increased from just 27 to 97 between 2002 and 2012. The whole population of mature individuals has now reached 156.
Professional Watercolours on watercolour paper, Golden UV protection varnish
Framed 22'' x 28'' (20'' x 27'' unframed)
Black wood frame, double matted, museum glass
Ready for hanging
Delivery or pickup at end of exhibition (July 12)