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Save Big Cats partners with big cat sanctuaries all over the world to protect and sustain these majestic animals.

January 1, 2016 No Comments

BIG CATS ON BRINK OF EXTINCTION

Big cats worldwide are under threat—for many populations, local extinctions are imminent. As few as 3,000 tigers, 7,500 snow leopards, 10,000 cheetahs, and 30,000 lions likely remain in the wild. They are victims of habitat loss and degradation as well as conflicts with humans. Jaguars once lived throughout the Americas, from Arizona to Argentina. However, […]

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BIG CAT INITIATIVE

Save Big Cats ultimate goal is to ensure stable populations and stable ranges. For tigers and lions, in particular, since they have been subject to such losses, the long-term objective is to support their recovery to sustainable levels. Big cats are in decline, from lions in Kenya to snow leopards in the Himalaya. These icons […]

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Problems

From 200,000 to 20,000 Lions are now extinct in North Africa, according to the respected International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, and headed rapidly that way in West Africa. Across 60-some territories scattered around southern and eastern Africa, IUCN’s current status summary reports a projected current population of fewer than 20,000. […]