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Lions across Africa have declined to about 20,000. As few as 3,000 wild cheetahs roam Namibia and only 6,000 snow leopards remain in the Himalayas.
National Geographic's Big Cats Initiative has been able to support pilot programs that effectively combat the poaching, poisoning, pesticides, and habitat loss that are eradicating big cats.
know what to do to save big cats and they need your help so that they can fully implement these conservation techniques. We have not a day to lose.
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Amur leopard captured on camera in China for first time since 1949 An Amur leopard was photographed in a forest in Wangqing county, on the border of Russia and North Korea. There are fewer than 50 Amur leopards (Panthera pardus orientalis) left living in the wild, almost all of them in Russia. The cat is classified as technically extinct in China.
Chinese officials have immediately moved to establish a national nature reserve around the Wangqing forest, in order to protect the area.
Conservation fund helps preserve endangered animals and plants Majestic and solitary, the Arabian leopard once roamed the Arabian Peninsula. Now, less than 250 of these beautiful creatures exist, their numbers threatened by loss of habitat and hunting.
Destroying a top predator in a food chain in such a manner could wreak havoc on the entire ecosystem, a leading environmental fund manager told Gulf News in the capital yesterday.
First Pictures: Snow Leopards Rebounding in Afghanistan This scratching snow leopard is among several of the big cats recently photographed by the camera traps in Afghanistan.
The traps, which are triggered by motion, were placed at 16 locations throughout the Wakhan Corridor by local Afghan men who are being trained as rangers to help monitor and protect wildlife, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society.
In Costa Rica, the fight to save the hunted jaguars For years poachers and farmers protecting livestock have threatened Costa Rica’s jaguar population. Conservation groups estimate that 30 jaguars were killed in the last three years. Those groups are now working with farmers to provide incentives to protect the species.
Camera captures tiger cubs in forest under imminent threat of clearing WWF camera traps recorded an astounding 12 tigers in just two months in the central Sumatran landscape of Bukit Tigapuluh, including two mothers with cubs. A video camera trap in the same area has also captured footage of three young tiger siblings playfully chasing a leaf.
The forest where the tigers were recorded is under imminent threat of being cleared by the pulp and paper industry, despite being designated a “global priority Tiger Conservation Landscape”. It is one of six the government of Indonesia pledged to protect at last November’s tiger summit of world leaders in Russia.