One of the world’s most exclusive and unique forests grows in Southern Europe, shaped by the hand of man over hundreds of years and pampered by the Mediterranean climate. This is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth, where, even today, humans and wildlife coexist. This is the Dehesa. Many predators patrol this forest: huge eagles, lynx and mongooses vie for the same prey - the wild rabbit, whose survival depends on its exceptional fertility. Rabbits might be the most important animal in this ecosystem: the Iberian lynx, the most threatened feline in the world, depends on them. We will have the privilege of seeing how this endangered lynx hunts and provides for its cubs.