This January 2020 video from Spain says about itself:
The Iberian lynx is found in the Mediterranean forest and thickets, in very restricted areas of the Iberian Peninsula. In Spain in very few areas, well preserved and isolated from human activity, while in Portugal it seems to have become extinct. This type of habitat provides shelter and open pastures for hunting rabbits, which account for 90% of their diet. In most cases, the Iberian lynx lives in a solitary and nomadic way, and is very territorial, showing itself more sociable during the mating season.