Watch this amazing video of some very courageous men freeing this poor lynx from a cruel trap!

There are still on this planet human beings worthy of the name who are able to counteract the harmful effects of other less than worthy humans. Despite being caught in a leg trap, a frightened lynx is able to return to the wild.... free on all 4 legs thanks to these gentlemen!

Canada lynx were hunted and trapped until the early 1990s, when population declines became apparent. In 2000, lynx were federally listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.

They’re solitary animals, adapted to life on high mountain ridges. Big feet and long legs help lynx navigate deep snow and stalk snowshoe hares, their preferred diet.

Climate change is expected to make life harder for lynx, which occupy a specialized habitat.

Lynx compete with the less snow-adapted bobcats for food. Sparser snowpacks and more rain will allow bobcats to expand into higher elevations, occupying territory that was once the exclusive domain of lynx


Responses to "Courageous Men Free Trapped Lynx in Canadian Wilderness ( RESCUE VIDEO)"

  1. Unknown says:

    Well done!

  2. Anonymous says:

    That was great! They, obviously did'n't want to see the lynx suffer, Kudos to both men!

  3. Unknown says:

    Very nicely done,,, good men!!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Heroes for Children of the Ma

  5. Anonymous says:

    Awesome Humans!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Poor Baby! Hope he healed up well. Wonderful of the men to do that!

  7. Anonymous says:

    i think what they did was awesome, i just wish they had of approached her differenly, made her more terrifed, she could have really tore her foot up

  8. Unknown says:

    You guys are awesome! Thank you so much! Traps are just disgusting.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Wow..I'm so happy the 2 nice guys freed this poor animal. Thanks so much as I'm a animal lover. Good job. :) :)

  10. Kimmy says:

    Thank u for saving the lynx. You are true heroes ♥

  11. Anonymous says:

    A quelle persone che si impegnano per salvare la vita ad animali sofferenti: grazie di esistere!
    Bravi per aver avuto coraggio e pazienza, oltre che amore verso questa lince.

  12. Unknown says:

    Nice to see them help this beautiful baby: Thank you. Now if people would get rid of these traps. Things like this would not happen:

  13. Anonymous says:

    It's always great to see that human kindness has not disappeared completely. I hope they destroyed that stupid trap afterwards. God Bless them for what they did.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Well done gentlemen. To the commenter who spoke of a different approach, she/he was terrified anyway, but they did it absolutely correctly. Their use of the forked branches was inspired. No pain for her/him, but safety for all. And he/she got away. :)

  15. Anonymous says:

    It great they saved the lynx only the approache could have been more easy. By the way it was Canada? they did't speak English.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for your Humanity!!! God Bless your souls <3 Heaven holds a pace for men like you!!!

  17. Anonymous says:

    Great job men I am a animal lover I glad y'all free her/ him GOD BLESS Y'ALL I LOVE YOU FOR THAT:)

  18. Anonymous says:

    Keep helping all the animal in need. God bless yall

  19. Unknown says:

    Bravo les gars. Très courageux.

  20. Unknown says:

    How are these damn things legal. How cruel are they...thank you so much you are both heroes in my book!!

  21. Unknown says:

    Not really much else they could have done differently!

  22. Anonymous says:

    The suffering in the animals eyes is unspeakable . Thank you for helping . Traps are soooo cruel.

  23. Anonymous says:

    Those guyz are my heros of the day :)

  24. Anonymous says:

    Steel-jaw leghold traps have been illegal since 1995 in Canada - and Russia, the EU & the USA all have bans on steel-jaw leghold traps. Trapping is still an important part of game management, but this type of trapping wouldn't be legal.

  25. Anonymous says:

    Ty u are heros

  26. Anonymous says:

    There are one of my fav animals I love them immensely.Stunning Lynx.

  27. Unknown says:

    bien jouer les gars!

  28. Anonymous says:

    Best video i have seen in a very long time. You are my heros!

  29. Anonymous says:

    amazing!!! there are few real people left in this world, that gives hope! thanks alot!!!

  30. Cheryl says:

    This makes you feel good, knowing some people have a huge heart! Thank You for helping that poor Lynx. I hope you threw the trap away, so it can't be used again!

  31. Rentham says:

    Amazing!! Thank you!

  32. Anonymous says:

    THANK YOU! These men showed kindness and are awesome! I hope they destroyed the trap.

  33. Anonymous says:

    We speak French in part of Canada, in Quebec most people speak French. It was awesome to see them save that beautiful Lynx :) Thanks to them :)

  34. Anonymous says:

    HERO'S , Big Thank you . Can't stand these damn traps.

  35. Anonymous says:

    Stackars kisekatt... tur det finns några snälla människor over there

  36. Patricia says:

    There are still good men, thank you.

  37. Anonymous says:

    This is one reason why traps should be banned...Thank God these men came along when they did...

  38. Fili says:

    Thank you all for saving that beautiful Lynx !! May he or she live a long & healthy life !!

  39. Anonymous says:

    That very Cool What these Guys did. Thank You fellow Humans! I hope that cat has a better life now and hopefully these guys get some Good coming there way as well!!!

  40. Anonymous says:

    I hope they removed the trap!

  41. well done guys......its a shame man put the trap down in the first place... when will humans learn that we are the disease of this planet.....

  42. Rachel says:

    To the 'anonymous' who asked if this was in Canada as the men were not speaking English -- yes, it is in Canada and they were speaking French, the native language of many Canadians and one of our two Official languages.

  43. Fernando says:

    Painfully Lynx stand, but those good men did the right thing... Yup Hero' kind hearts

  44. Anonymous says:

    Yes Anonymous, French Canadian, you can hear oui and tabernac! Probably checking their own traps - but job well done, quickly and branches worked well.

  45. Anonymous says:

    May God Bless them for their kindness

  46. Anonymous says:

    true super heroes because compassion for all life is found in very few good men

  47. Anonymous says:

    thank you . you guys are my hero's what an unimaginable death he would have suffered . not all men are evil, unconscionable ,morally bankrupt cowards . god bless you for your compassion it is surly a rare thing these days .

  48. Anonymous says:

    its nice to see someone with compasion and a sense of responsability willing to make a diffrence THAKS GUYS

  49. I clapped when they got it loose. Thanks you so much. Hard to watch but loved the ending.

  50. kim says:

    Beautiful Men x

  51. Anonymous says:

    Thank you both so much..you saved a life..so rare these days..we all appreciate what you did

  52. Krazykats says:

    What a wonderful act of compassion! These barbaric leghold traps should be banned everywhere, and I can't understand why they haven't been. Yes, the rescue seemed to take forever but it was only a few minutes and these men aren't experienced rescuers/rehabbers knowledgeable in how to handle wild animals. Good job guys!

  53. Anonymous says:

    Love to you all for helping free the cat….xxx

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  55. Anonymous says:

    Lmao...! And your plan of saving that beautiful (kill you in a second) animal would've been.....? These guys are absolutely amazing they with out a doubt risked their lives to save another's...! Would you have done the same..?? Most likely not.. they saved its life in minutes without causing it any harm..!! Absolutely amazing job, hats off to 2 very brave kind hearted men..!

  56. M.J.B says:

    Wonderful to see such compassion, makes my heart feel good!!!

  57. Anonymous says:

    These responces were forgetting about all the other creatures that this lynx is going to kill so it can survive. Grouse, rabbits and every other living thing tat it can stalk. The lynx is a renewable resource that has been harvested as long as humans have been around. The harvesting of fur bearing animals is not the cause of depleted populations, the loss of habitat is. All of these cabins on the lake shores cause more pain and destruction than any fur harvester has. ever one. All for the sake of pleasure to urban people The release of this lynx probably took food from the table of a family that was dependant on the sale of the pelt. IF YOU HAVEST THE PREY YOU ALSO HAVE TO HARVEST THE PREDATOR. or they end up starving to death or die of a slow acting desease.. How many of you bleeding hearts hav witnessed a wild animal --or domestic-- die of mites. It is a horrible way to die Thank you for your time.

  58. Anonymous says:

    I hope the lynx's leg didn't get infected; I would have called expert wildlife rescuers if response were quick.

  59. Anonymous says:

    now, after these images, my eyes are brilliant and my day too............a french human

  60. Unknown says:

    My kudos go out to these men, I can see that although the lynx was scared it relaxed in the end and allowed them to hold it's head down, if it hadn't known they were trying to help they could never have gotten the forked stick any where near it, it would have ripped it's paw out of the trap to get away from the men. Thank God there are good animal lovers left in this world.

  61. Unknown says:

    My kudos go out to these men, I can see that although the lynx was scared it relaxed in the end and allowed them to hold it's head down, if it hadn't known they were trying to help they could never have gotten the forked stick any where near it, it would have ripped it's paw out of the trap to get away from the men. Thank God there are good animal lovers left in this world.

  62. David says:

    That is so good to see. Well done all three of you :)

  63. Anonymous says:

    A nice gesture. Some good men, they are. :)

  64. Anonymous says:

    great job! Trapping is a stain on humanity!

  65. Nomad says:

    Well Done guys

  66. Anonymous says:

    good for them!

  67. Les Bian says:

    They are speaking French.

  68. Anonymous says:

    Faith in humanity restored.. God love them!

  69. Anonymous says:

    Hopefully they destroyed the leg trap. It would be nice it the people that set them would get caught in a bear trap. And then they would know how it felt.

  70. Anonymous says:

    Good Job ---destroy the trap so it won't injure and more innocent endangered animals.

  71. Mila Ug-S says:

    good men (y) !!

  72. Anonymous says:

    Glad they let the lynx go. But would have loved to see them take the trap away! Trapping should be BANNED everywhere! That trapping is legal is just incredible...since the trap won't choose what animal will get caught...no way either to control how often the trapper will check his traps, and the animals cought suffer horrendously...Fur should be abandoned completely in clothing...to kill animals for vanity should not be allowed today...Useless politicians who don't dare to just make a simple decision and implement it! Trapping kills endangered species and is of NO utility at all!!!!!

  73. Unknown says:

    Bon Travail!

  74. Princess says:

    thank the lord for ppl that care about our willdlife

  75. Anonymous says:

    Alberta Canada horribly uses these types of traps with bait and poison to kill predators like lynx, wolves, bears so that outfitters from the US can make big $ with trophy hunting for big game in our public land; and so the resource industries can continue to expand and pollute ecosystems. Our Environment ad Sustainable Resources dept. has the outfitters sponsor their webpage. Big oil, big greed - no morals or ethics or compassion. They also encourage fur farms where the animals are kept in tiny cages.

  76. Anonymous says:

    French is also a national language in Canada

  77. PW Miley says:

    Thank you for releasing that beautiful animal. Shame on any country that uses traps like these.

  78. Thankyou for setting them free, all traps should be banned

  79. Unknown says:

    That's awesome that these men rescued this beautiful Lynx. All my respect & praise go out to these men. You give me hope there are still compassionate humans respecting & appreciating wonderful wildlife. Please the trapper & lock him in this trap. Thank you for helping this gorgeous lynx.

  80. marcel says:

    Bien fait les gars.

  81. Anonymous says:

    Sadly this is why trapping is inhumane and should be outlawed! The guys are not heroes, they are trappers that caught the wrong animal. More than likely even though this Lynx was released it will probably die with in the next few weeks from the stress of being trapped.

  82. Anonymous says:

    The beauty of this is that the guys never quit trying and were successful.

  83. Who sets these traps are a great motherfuckers!

  84. Unknown says:

    Good onya guys....

  85. Naz says:

    You guys will be blessed from this day on.

  86. Morgana says:

    His beautiful eyes are as trying to say, "why are you treating me so cruelly, what have I done to you, but I know how to suffer, how to bear the tortures you enforced to me with dignity". Oh, how admire and love these animals so dignified in cruelty, even in death.

  87. Morgana says:

    Run baby safe and free, thank you kind people

  88. MamaCat says:

    Thank you to the brave men who never gave up and freed this beautiful animal. You guys were really slick at coming up with what you needed with what was at hand. It showed your determination. Good job!!

  89. Thank you so much for freeing this magnificent creature. I hope you destroyed that trap

  90. This must be up around Val D'Or or Rouen Noranda? Quebec? Bien fait! Grand felicitations!

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