“There are no words possible for how beautiful they are.”
Two lynx have died in the space of a week.
Wildlife presenter Ben Fogle has warned it is time to “look very closely” at how zoos look after animals after two lynx from
He said: “What if it had been Borth’s crocodile that escaped? Or their two lions? Their leopard almost escaped a few years
Is it just me or does that sound strangely familiar to the subtext of pretty much every Lynx advert to date? I realise that to blame Lynx for something as heinous as this would be too far, but in our show we argue that it's media like this which creates an environment of entitlement that does contribute to the execution of hugely violent acts.
There's no simple answer to the philosophical and perhaps even moral question of whether in removing risk we also remove meaning from our brief, potential-filled time on this planet. I don't share my habitat with crocodiles or elephants or tigers, or even boar. But I do know that the eye of that reef shark will be etched forever in my mind, and that I can't bear the thought of a world where no creature could ever make me afraid.
Ukip has hit out at plans to reintroduce the lynx to parts of the UK. "This is typical of our failed immigration policy, which
And today's Unusual Animal Friendship Story is... this one! Yes, say hello - or rather, privet - to the cat and the lynx
Y'know the Lynx advert? Where the guy simply applies anti-perspirant and women flock to him. Well, it's bollocks. Total bollocks in-fact. I've been through plenty of cans in my time, from Africa to Java and back again, and I can tell you, with my hand on my armpits, that paying an extra quid-fifty for Lynx deodorant is money wasted