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The Spanish Lynx (Lynx pardinus), also called the Iberian Lynx, is a medium-sized felid that can be found in the Iberian Peninsula in the southwest portion of Europe. It is currently considered critically endangered because its population was severely affected by diseases that impacted its main food source, rabbits, and loss of its scrubland habitat. If it were to become extinct, it will be the first species of felid to die out in modern history. The Spanish Lynx was once considered to be a subspecies of the Eurasian Lynx, but further research has revealed that both of these species occurred at the same time during the Pleistocene, and were separated by habitat adaptation.