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The lynx may have survived in Scotland centuries later than previously thought, new study suggests

By Lee Raye, Associate Lecturer in Arts and Humanities, The Open University
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The UK is one of the most nature-depleted countries on Earth, according to a recent assessment, and ranks among the bottom 10% for biodiversity globally. Some conservationists are hoping to change that by reintroducing species from the island’s wilder past. One such candidate is the Eurasian lynx – a feline mammal.

As recently as 1974, experts like Anthony Dent, author of Lost…

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