African cheetah introduction to India raises serious concerns

African cheetah introduction to India raises serious concerns amongst scientists and suggests an alternative plan. The Cheetah Introduction Action Plan developed by the Wildlife Institute of India and the National Tiger Conservation Authority of the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Government of India, is incomplete since many scientific findings from contemporary work on […]

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Cheetah Conservation in SA: Growth in Populations Inspires Hope

There are fewer than 7,100 adult cheetahs left in the wild, and their numbers keep decreasing. In fact, this cat has vanished from 90% of its range in Africa. But there has been significant population growth in South Africa, home to 18 percent of the world’s remaining cheetahs. The Endangered Wildlife Trust’s cheetah conservation project played a big role in this triumph. The project has almost doubled cheetah numbers in less than a decade.

In this article, we investigate this success story and consider some of the complexities of cheetah conservation.

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