"These people were incredibly lucky," says a park spokesman.
It stuns me that, in this day and age, people still think there is an educational value or conservation benefit in seeing
It is Just this Simple: the Future of Elephants, Lions, Rhinos, and Other Imperiled Species is on the Line this Week
The simple fact is that consumption of wildlife, wildlife parts, and wildlife products, including live animals, contributes
Cincinnati Zoo & Wildlife Safari Team Up to Ensure Survival of the Most Genetically-Valuable Cheetah Cub in North America
Donni with puppy companion Moose at the Cincinnati Zoo. Cheetahs are endangered, and their population worldwide has shrunk
The cat's-eye view is swift and stunning.
What the results showed But this does not mean that cheetahs in the Maasai Mara are not threatened. Cheetahs face a kaleidoscope
The cubs were born at a Cincinnati zoo earlier this month.
Namibia may be known as "The Cheetah Capital of the World," but we also have our share of termites, too. Like their American counterparts, termites here can be destructive to human structures and strip farmlands of life-supporting vegetation.
Maybe yet another reason we zoologists study the birds and the bees in the animal kingdom is to learn something that informs our human experience. Observing the mating game of the female cheetah, my dating policy about buying my own drinks has been validated.
While cheetahs face common threats like most other wildlife, including loss of habitat and conflict with humans, Africa's