# Thursday, 01 November 2007
In what is really good news for the Iberian Lynx, a completely new population has been discovered. This means that there are now three known populations of the cats. The new population was discovered in a remote area of Spain with the other two population occupying areas of Andalusia in southern Spain. It is thought around 100 to 150 Iberian Lynx remain in the wild making the Iberian Lynx the rarest cat species in the world.