And if it's possible, should we? In The Missing Lynx , palaeontologist Ross Barnett uses case studies, new fossil discoveries, biomolecular evidence and more to paint a picture of these lost species, and to explore the significance of their disappearance in ecological terms. He also discusses how the Britons these animals shared their lives with might have viewed them, and questions why some survived while others vanished. Barnett also looks in detail at the realistic potential of reintroductions, rewilding and even of resurrection, both in Britain and overseas, from the innovative Oostvaardersplassen nature reserve to the revolutionary Pleistocene Park in Siberia, which has already seen progress in the revival of 'mammoth steppe' grassland.
With the world going through a 'sixth extinction' caused by widespread habitat destruction, climate change and an ever-growing human population, this timely book explores the spaces that extinction has left unfilled, in Britain and elsewhere.
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His plan is to collect endangered animals and bring them to an island refuge is his way of thanking them by saving them from extinction, as thanks to them for helping build his fortune. However, she turns his words on him saying, "What's the point in being alive if you're not free?
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Unexpectedly, Newmann causes an explosion that starts to flood the ship, beginning an evacuation protocol of the caged animals. This leads to Newmann seemingly crushed to death by a large trap. The film ends with the two incompetent mercenaries, now working for the shelter, arguing over whether they have seen the lynx before. In a post-credits scene , it is shown that Newmann actually survived his encounter at the ship, but now has a fear of cats.
Jose E. Machuca co-wrote the script for the film. Development and storyboarding of the film was completed in Madrid, Spain. Production then moved to London, England for the final phases of animation, lighting, color and production in order to maximize tax credits offered to foreign film projects in the United Kingdom.
The Missing Lynx received mixed reviews from internet audience polls. As of February , it holds an average rating of 5. The film's score was composed by Sergio de la Puente.