The Plight of Imprisoned Cheetah, Conservationists in Iran — The Jaguar

 

Eight Iranian conservationists who were studying Asiatic cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus venaticus) – of which only 50 are thought to remain in the wild – were arrested in January of 2018. A new National Geographic story by Kayleigh Long covers their plight in disturbing detail. The conservationists are associated with the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation (PWHF), […]

via The Plight of Imprisoned Cheetah Conservationists in Iran — The Jaguar

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