First Hard Evidence of Lynx (Lynx Lynx L.) Presence in Bulgaria

@article{Zlatanova2009FirstHE,
  title={First Hard Evidence of Lynx (Lynx Lynx L.) Presence in Bulgaria},
  author={Diana P. Zlatanova and Venislava V. Racheva and Daniel Peshev and Genadi V. Gavrilov},
  journal={Biotechnology \& Biotechnological Equipment},
  year={2009},
  volume={23},
  pages={184 - 187}
}
ABSTRACT The last officially registered lynx in Bulgaria was killed in 1941 and is considered extinct from the country. Since then there are only unofficial reports of local people throughout the whole country as none of them was officially confirmed. In the last 15 years more and more reports for seen or illegally killed lynx in Bulgaria are gathered from different sources. In May 2008 we initiated two projects to record animal presence and behaviour by 8 Moultrie camera traps. On 21st of… 

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