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20:17

LifeStyle

The rebirth of the Iberian lynx

CECILIA CUERDO

The Iberian lynx is slowly coming out of the ICU in which it has been for nearly two decades. The efforts of ecologists and the public authorities to rescue this species, which was in danger of extinction, are continuing to bear fruit: the lynx ... population has increased ten-fold since 2002, and 894 now roam freely on the Iberian peninsula. After the first phase, which increased the number of individual lynxes, the conservation programmes are now focusing on connecting the different colonies to ... Portugal and 476 in Spain, and 311 kittens were born in 2019. The Iberian lynx project is the most highly praised conservationist programme of all and is the example to be followed for other species in danger of extinction. At the moment 583 lynxes are

17:54

Local

The Roman splendour of Los Castillejos

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

1.2-kilometre Iberian wall that protects the hilltop settlement. "Since 1993 we have not excavated anything here despite this being the most important oppidum from Iberian times in the province of Malaga," pointed out Bergudo, who together with the members of

14:03

LifeStyle

18 December 2012: The UN holds first World Arabic Language Day

Jennie Rhodes

Arabs that set foot on the Iberian peninsula arrived in 711 and went on to rule until 1492 when Ferdinand and Isabella reached Granada, the last Islamic Caliphate to be recaptured by the Spanish Catholic king and queen. Over 500 years later, there are

13:40

LifeStyle

Resoli and mistela, two traditional drinks for Christmas

Christians which took place over 500 years ago, when people from all over the Iberian peninsula settled in the south, bringing not only their material possessions but also many of their customs and traditions with them. Although the recipe may differ

17:42

Local

Street in Torre del Mar to be named after German archaeologist

sur

...the Iberian peninsular. Schubart was director of the German Institute of Archaeology in Madrid from 1981 until 1994. He and his wife visited Torre del Mar last year to attend an archaeology exhibition at the old sugar cane factory.

12:30

Sport

The Iberian Polo Tour returns to Sotogrande this weekend

SUR

Santa María Polo Club will, until Sunday, play host to the Copa SotoEstates competition. The 7-8 handicap tournament is the first phase of the Iberian Polo Tour - an initiative which aims to promote Sotogrande as the ideal location to play this ... is the man behind the Iberian Polo Tour, which first started in 2011. After a break, it is now back, with the objective of promoting the good climate and excellent installations Sotogrande can boast which allows for polo to be played all year round

22:10

LifeStyle

'Mushrooms don't cure Covid but they do have a host of health benefits'

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...applications. I was just full of enthusiasm. The app has a catalogue with more than 300 fully detailed and photographed species of the most important mushrooms in the Iberian Peninsula. What distinguishes Setamania Setas from other apps? I included an

19:01

National

Lynx effect: Sánchez and Merkel in Doñana

EFE

...facility where the endangered Iberian lynx has been protected and bred since 1992. Last Saturday, the PM and the Chancellor disembarked at Doñana, via the Guadalquivir river after having lunch in Sanlúcar de Barrameda and moved on to the Palacio ... de las Marismillas, the government-owned residence in the park where the Chancellor was guest for the night during her summer holiday. On Sunday it was off to the nearby wildlife conservation centre, El Acebuche, which is dedicated to the protection of the Iberian ... lynx, considered the big cat most in danger of extinction in the world. Just recently, and thanks to the work of conservationists, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has moved the Iberian lynx from 'critically endangered' to

14:08

LifeStyle

Spain’s Iberian neighbours come away triumphant for first time ever

SUR malaga

The Iberian peninsula played a starring role in last week’s Eurovision Song Contest in more ways than one. While Spain languished at the bottom of the table, becoming more and more red-faced as it was ignored completely by all the professional