The History of Man creates the Iberian lynx as the World’s Rarest Mammal

The Iberian lynx is one of the world’s rarest mammals and is rated as the most endangered cat species in the world because of its low total numbers and limited number of habitat it uses.  They prefer  scrub vegetation and eat mainly rabbits  and one of the principal reasons for the decline of the Iberian lynx is the decline of its most important prey, the rabbit.

Rabbits experienced massive mortality due to the disease myxomatosis, a pox virus which is an infectious and usually fatal viral disease of rabbits characterized by swelling of the mucous membranes and formation of skin tumors; transmitted by flea bites.  The virus was introduced into France from Australia in 1952 by a French pediatrician to control the rabbits that had attacked his vegetable garden. The disease spread throughout Europe and across the Pyrenees into Spain.
The introduction of the virus reduced the population of rabbits and destroyed the food source of the Iberian lynx and the reality of human negligence is still accumulating the consequences of our actions today as seen by the loss in lynx population.  

Human consider no one except themselves and this simply has to stop.  The implications of imposing a virus upon a species is unacceptable.  The History of Man, in how man destroy and conquer.  Further proof  how life is not supported in our current money system, which attacks life at all levels through self-interest and greed. 

Time to Stop.  Stand up in Support of All Living Beings. Give and you shall Receive. 

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