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Panthera, founded in 2006, is devoted exclusively to conservation of wild cats and their landscapes, which sustain people and biodiversity. info@panthera.org
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PantheraCats 9h
Facilities around the world are using wild animals, including many , in activities that facilitate the illegal trade of endangered species, including . Head over to for a more in-depth look: (2/2)
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PantheraCats 9h
Thanks to the dark side of has been in the headlines recently. For today’s , we’re sharing Panthera’s late founder Alan Rabinowitz’s blog “The Truth Behind the Tiger Temple” for a glimpse of the situation: . (1/2)
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WHAPA Lab Jun 24
Look at this big boy from during our winter survey in Mountain Pine Ridge!
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PantheraCats Jun 24
“Belize has recognized that the clock is ticking for the and admirably chosen to invest in the survival and well-being of its wild animals, like the , and the nation’s communities and economy,” - Panthera’s Howard Quigley.
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PantheraCats Jun 23
Today’s comes from the in Belize. Panthera is part of a coalition dedicated to preserving these 10,000 acres of crucial habitat. We applaud the government of for taking steps to protect this important area:
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PantheraCats Jun 21
The 5-6 mile is the only area connecting ’s 2 core populations. The region is under urgent threat from unsustainable development, but local stakeholders and scientists believe there is still time to protect it. More:
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PantheraCats Jun 20
Dr. Omar Figueroa, a Belize Minister of State, says the government stands “committed to enshrining in legislation whatever we need to do to maintain the integrity of the Maya Forest Corridor well into the foreseeable future.” Read the press release: (2/2)
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PantheraCats Jun 20
Panthera applauds the government of for declaring new plans to protect the . The region provides a critical link in Central America’s largest forest and a vital pathway for the wildlife that live there, including . (1/2)
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The Lion King Jun 19
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Lion Recovery Fund Jun 19
36,200 wire snares were removed from Liwonde National Park, making it safe once again for . Thanks for your incredible work recovering wildlife populations.
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PantheraCats Jun 19
Want to own your own Panthera gear? Check out our brand-new store for apparel, accessories, drinkware, and more awesome items to show your Panthera pride!
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WHAPA Lab Jun 18
Puma out in the field in ! Hoping to add some more new photos from this current field season soon!!
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Lion Recovery Fund Jun 18
Our partner captured a family of enjoying a freshly killed male kudu with their camera traps. Here you can see a 2 month old cub and mom by their kill.
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PantheraCats Jun 18
Working with groups, USC Viterbi School of Engineering's Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society (CAIS) is deploying a predictive to fight poachers in nearly 600 parks globally.
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PantheraCats Jun 17
Congratulations Krithi Karanth, one of the five 2019 Rolex Awards for Enterprise winners. Her work in documenting and preventing damage to crops and livestock will hopefully help reduce conflict between and humans.
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Lion Recovery Fund Jun 17
Over the last week Musekese Conservation confiscated 2 bicycles from poachers, roughly 200 pounds of bushmeat, and 11 snares in Kafue National Park. This is part of their work to develop intensive protection zones for wildlife within the park.
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PantheraCats Jun 17
According to , "The Chinese appetite for TCM remedies has helped to push species including , , and to the brink of ." Read why formally recognizing TCM could mean trouble for wild :
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PantheraCats Jun 16
Happy from Panthera, a proud recipient of support from and the 's campaign. Before you see and on the big screen, read more about this exciting new partnership to help in the wild:
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PantheraCats Jun 14
We receive funding from LRF for a number of conservation projects in West and Southern Africa focused on reducing the poaching of lions and their prey in protected areas and key wildlife corridors. Read more about this exciting new partnership: (2/2)
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PantheraCats Jun 14
Ahead of the release of The Walt Disney Company launched , a global campaign to help recover Africa’s embattled populations via on-the-ground conservation efforts through the ’s and its partners, like Panthera. (1/2)
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