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The homes of up to 600 has been burned/impacted the Brazilian this year. However, a new birth sparks hope for these and their habitat; introducing Pixana and her cub Fenix! Read about them in our new blog:
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Mountain Lion Fdn Oct 23
The Olympic Cougar Project is a collaborative study by the Olympic Peninsula Native American Tribes & . Kim Sager-Fradkin, the wildlife program manager for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, talks about study: via
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Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 Oct 24
Endangered wildlife in the Belize jungle are being monitored and protected thanks to a and partnership with , an NGO committed to protecting big cats around the world. 🐾 Read more here:
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PantheraCats Oct 25
This was captured on in southern . These beautiful sport densely packed rosettes that become large solid blotches on the lower half of their bodies. Learn more about leopards:
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PantheraCats Oct 23
In Celebration of , this week's takes us to the Tien Shan Mountains of , where together with , conservation scientist Shannon Kachel conducted fieldwork for his dissertation on and ecology. (1/2)
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PantheraCats Oct 23
To help us understand how these live out their lives, the team spent many months at a time living , operating entirely on foot and horseback, contending with harsh weather, challenging terrain, and notoriously elusive species. (2/2)
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PantheraCats Oct 22
Can you tell which each of these photos belongs to? The solid spots on the left are from a while the rosettes with inner spots on the right belong to a .
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Kim - the HokieBrat Oct 21
I got You're a Teal Leopard - Which Wild Cat Ambassador Team Are You On? 
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Lion Recovery Fund Oct 22
Paul Funston, ' Lion Program Director, explores the fascinating behavior of dispersing male in their latest blog:
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PantheraCats Oct 21
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Ousado’s return home symbolizes the successful efforts of all those fighting fires and rescuing affected . Special thanks to the institutions involved in the rescue, including Ampara Animal, SEMA-MT, UFMT, the Pantanal Relief Fund and Instituto Chico Mendes. (3/3)
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PantheraCats Oct 21
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On October 19, this was anesthetized and collared with a GPS tracker before being released in the same area where he was rescued. Scientists, including Panthera's Fernando Tortato, will monitor his progress and track his movements in Porto Jofre-Pantanal. (2/3)
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PantheraCats Oct 21
After 36 days the Ousado, rescued from the 's fires, has returned home. Thanks to medical treatments from NEX, in Corumbá de Goiás-GO, Ousado made a quick recovery and was discharged from hospital. (1/3)
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PantheraCats Oct 21
Panthera's Puma Program Director Mark Elbroch talks to about that viral video, explaining how these move around their landscape and what to do if you come upon one:
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Rogue Detection Teams Oct 20
Check out this reading list!! Some of our bounders are currently reading the Cougar Conundrum by Mark Elbroch and children's book, Who Gives a Poop? by (our are featured) but we're excited to add ALL of these to our reading list too!
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PantheraCats Oct 20
In this interview with , Program Director Mark Elbroch talks about his new book "The Conundrum" and how we can better coexist with this .
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EcoLogic Oct 20
Great to meet with in to discuss results of mammal in the Uchapa-Pimienta watershed in -14 species so far, including and . Looking forward to building the collaboration and actively involving local !
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PantheraCats Oct 20
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You can also learn more about this species through our on our blog:
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PantheraCats Oct 20
In this LIVE interview, we talk with Vanessa Herranz Muñoz about her work studying in . Learn more about these fascinating , what we're doing to study and protect them, and how you can help.
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ISA INTERCOLOMBIA Oct 19
Donde hay un jaguar, hay vida. es el programa de sostenibilidad de y sus empresas, que junto a sus aliados técnicos, y , contribuye a la conservación de la biodiversidad. Conoce más aquí 👉 .
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PantheraCats Oct 19
Thanks to for raising funds for Panthera during Unidos Online: a three-day-long livestream celebrating . Don't worry if you missed it: watch all 45 minutes of expert (and some ) discussion here:
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