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Glenn Close, actress and Chair of our Conservation Council, has some big news. Million Dollar News, to be exact. Watch the video and learn more at panthera.org/million-dollar-challenge.
Panthera
yesterday at 15:39. Facebook
"In the center of the clearing a shallow pool reflected the green-tinted light filtering down through the trees above. During the dry season, watering holes are the only place to drink, and tigers, elephants, birds and buffalo alike must enter the clearing, making it a prime location for poachers."

Follow WORTH Magazine's Benjamin Reeves as he shadows a Panthera anti-poaching team in India's...
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The King of Cats

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Panthera
12/07/2016 at 19:00. Facebook
Believe it or not, you can learn a lot about wild cats—and other animals in their habitats—by spying on their "toilets."

Check out this great article and video from Science Magazine about how and what our scientists are learning from ocelot latrines in Costa Rica.

Ocelot latrines

You probably don’t think of someone else’s bathroom as a big social scene, but for many rainforest animals, an ocelot’s latrine is the place to be. Learn mor...

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Panthera
12/07/2016 at 16:50. Facebook
Marmots in Tajikistan—they're just like us! They like posing for pictures in front of gorgeous landscapes and sometimes even document their meals. #animalselfies #cameratrapgold
Panthera
12/06/2016 at 20:39. Facebook
Watch this amazing footage from Earth Touch of a female tiger charging an elephant in India's Corbett National Park.

Our own Dr. Wai-Ming Wong is featured in the article, noting that the tiger was probably defending her turf, possibly because she had cubs nearby.

WATCH: Disgruntled tiger charges an elephant in India's famous wildlife park

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Panthera
12/04/2016 at 15:09. Facebook
Today is International Cheetah Day! Cheetahs once roamed freely across much of Africa and Asia, but today their numbers have dwindled to a mere 7,100.

This stunning image of a cheetah mother and her cubs from Christian Sperka Photography was taken at Phinda Private Game Reserve in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Photographed in the morning hours of a cold winter day, this family is huddled...
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Panthera
11/30/2016. Facebook
Cheetahs are the planet's fastest land animal. Panthera works around the globe to protect magnificent big (and small) cats like these. 38 species of them to be exact. Learn more about wild cats and how you can join us to ensure their future @ panthera.org
Panthera
11/30/2016. Facebook
To the thousands of big cat fans who donated for your favorite cat and voted in our #GivingTuesday Big Cat Showdown, thank you for making this year’s #GivingTuesday a roaring success! Your incredible support will help protect cats like these two young snow leopards in Kyrgyzstan’s Naryn Reserve, where a recent survey revealed that at least 10 snow leopards exist, thanks to protection from...
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Panthera
11/30/2016. Facebook
Cheetahs are the planet's fastest land animal. Panthera works around the globe to protect magnificent big (and small) cats like these. 38 species of them to be exact. Learn more about wild cats and how you can join us to ensure their future @ panthera.org
Panthera
11/30/2016. Facebook
#GivingTuesday is almost over! We hope you’ll support the world’s wild cats before the day is out.

From poaching for the illegal wildlife trade to deadly conflict with people and the destruction of their habitats, the threats facing wild cats are dire and pervasive. But you can help ensure the future of these incredible species with a gift today. Donate below or @...
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Panthera
11/30/2016. Facebook
This male was spotted in southeastern Gabon, where lions were believed to be extinct. Though lion populations across Africa are falling, this footage shows that lions are more than capable of a comeback. Help ensure lions remain the kings of African wildlife, make a #GivingTuesday gift today @ panthera.org/givingtuesday/donate.
Panthera
11/30/2016. Facebook
The cheetah is celebrated for its speed, but it should also be recognized for its resilience! Cheetahs once roamed freely across much of Africa and Asia, but today their numbers have dwindled to a mere 7,100.

In order to stem illegal hunting of cheetahs and their prey, Panthera and our partners are increasing the number of specially trained law enforcement patrols on the ground. Will you...
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Panthera
11/29/2016. Facebook
Did you know that the iconic leopard is on the brink of being lost forever in many parts of the world? Leopard numbers have declined dramatically in parts of Africa and have almost completely disappeared from several regions in Asia.

They are threatened by poaching and deadly conflict with people, but with your help today, we can stop the killing and bring them back from the brink....
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Panthera
11/29/2016. Facebook
Pumas are often thought of as solitary predators, but Panthera’s groundbreaking research shows that they are actually quite social—there have even been instances of puma mothers “adopting” another puma’s orphaned cubs!

Sadly, 4,000 pumas are killed by people each year in the U.S. and Canada. Will you help protect this persecuted big cat?

Celebrate #GivingTuesday with a donation for playful...
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Panthera
11/29/2016. Facebook
Will you help us protect jaguars BEFORE they’re endangered?

Make a special #GivingTuesday gift today @ panthera.org/givingtuesday/donate to support our efforts to protect jaguars across their range, from Mexico to Argentina. Your donation will go towards crucial efforts to identify and connect core populations and stem conflict between people and jaguars.

Help protect jaguars like this...
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Panthera
11/29/2016. Facebook
Our #GivingTuesday Big Cat Showdown was a close race—the snow leopard was right on the tiger's heels!

No matter which cat you voted for, we hope you’ll make a special #GivingTuesday gift to help protect wild cats and their landscapes @ panthera.org/givingtuesday/donate.

You can even direct your gift to go towards your favorite big cat! And if you have more than one favorite, you can give to...
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Panthera
11/29/2016. Facebook
Happy #GivingTuesday! Our Big Cat Showdown was incredibly close, but at the last minute, tigers reclaimed the lead and came in first!

When it comes to wild cat conservation, we don’t play favorites. Panthera is committed to ensuring a future for all wild cats. It’s not just their future—it’s ours, too.

Join us today with a special #GivingTuesday donation for your favorite big cat. Can’t...
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Panthera
11/29/2016. Facebook
It’s #GivingTuesday! Stay tuned to find out which cat came in first in our Big Cat Showdown… and how you can help protect YOUR favorite big cat.
Panthera
11/29/2016. Facebook
It's #GivingTuesday! On this global day of giving, help protect the world's wild cats and their landscapes @ panthera.org/givingtuesday/donate.