Instagram – May 5th, 2019
Loss of habitat and lack of prey have played a major part in the declining numbers of cheetah in Africa, but human-wildlife conflict is one of the biggest dangers to these beautiful cats. Farmers in particular consider them to be pests and a threat to their livelihoods, resulting in the reported shockingly low numbers of cheetah left in the wild.
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Cheetahs are known for their speed and are the fastest land animals on our earth! They once roamed much of Africa and Asia, but are now endangered. Their loss of habitat, lack of prey to feed on, and their vulnerability to humans, hunters, and poachers has increased their risk of becoming extinct. Photo thank to @bigcatswildlife —————————————.
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