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  • 1.  This may be due to human activity to poaching and indiscriminate felling of trees, but may also result from changes in the ecosystem caused by climate change.
  • 2. The man that causes habitat destruction of species, many animals have already disappeared from the earth.
  • 3. The Iberian lynx is a species of felines thatare larger than a domestic cat and looksmuch more robust, and its measures rangefrom between 65 and 130 cm without tail.It usually nocturnal, since during daylighthours they spend the hottest hours ofrefugees in the cool of the bushes. Hunteris a very agile, and lives in a lonely, beingmore sociable in the mating season.Man is their main predator and slimmingits population by poaching, poisoning,abuses and shrinking habitat, so it isconsidered an endangered species here inSpain.
  • 4. The brown bear is one of theendangered species in Spain. But eventhe bear continues to be severelythreatened in our territory. The brownbear lives for half a century in themountains of the Iberian Peninsula andin most European countries. Today youcan meet you in fewer places, andfeeds on fruits, insects and honey, canattack wild and domestic mammals dueto starvation, their mating seasonarrives in spring and winter can givebirth babies hatch five puppies.
  • 5.  This small mammal swam by mountain rivers in central and northern Iberian Peninsula, but these were contaminated and altered so that the population of this species was depleted their numbers.
  • 6.  The Mediterranean monk seal has no ears and can be found throughout the length of the Mediterranean, excluding the Adriatic coastline on Bulgarian black sea and the coastline of Morocco. Due to the disappearance of 80% of its population are only 400 copies of this animal. Their young are born in the fall and into the water just two weeks after being born-eating fish and shellfish, especially octopuses.
  • 7. This species isnearly extinct inSpain, due tobycatch andalteration of rivers.
  • 8. To help these endangered species call to this number:91 638 75 50 or deposit money into this account:www.grefa.org (majadahonda,Madrid)

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