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yesterday at 10:15. Facebook
Sometimes tigers simply ignore our camera traps and stride confidently by. Other times they become very curious, as you can see from this photo taken in Nepal!

We see many great images of tigers close up as they look directly into our cameras – and if you’re a Tiger Protector, you’re helping to protect them #iProtectTigers

A glimpse into the lives of tigers

WWF Big Cats
02/21/2017 at 16:01. Facebook
The serval, with its long legs and beautifully spotted & barred coat, is an elegant wild cat of Africa.
WWF Big Cats
02/20/2017 at 14:55. Facebook
As the top predators in their environment, Jaguars play an important role in controlling the populations of other species. This helps keep a balance in the food chain, and a healthy environment.

By protecting jaguars and the places where they live, we’re also helping to look after other wildlife in the areas where they live.
WWF Big Cats
02/19/2017 at 15:15. Facebook
Caption time, anybody?
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02/18/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
Can you imagine waking up to these views?

Snow leopards have been known to roam in the mountains of Wolong Nature Reserve in Sichuan, China, but sighting are extremely rare.

Their beautiful mountain homes are located at high elevations, usually between 3,000-4,500m above sea level. #ScenerySaturday
WWF Big Cats
02/17/2017 at 14:10. Facebook
Can cats and dogs get along after all?

Usually, big cats and wild dogs live in different locations to avoid each other but tigers, leopards and wild dogs in India have developed ways to coexist

Cats and dogs CAN get along: Indian tigers, dogs and leopards coexist

WWF Big Cats
02/17/2017 at 08:21. Facebook
Wow! Stunning new footage of a snow leopard and her cubs. Watch out for the end, where one of the cubs gets a little too close...

This incredible species is rarely seen, and one of the most at risk from the impacts of climate change. Hands up if you agree that we need urgent action on climate change.

Call for climate action this #EarthHourUK on 25 March at 8.30pm
WWF Big Cats
02/16/2017 at 15:20. Facebook
We want to say a massive thank you to all our supporters who have helped protect, and are supporting efforts to double the number of this majestic species in the wild by 2022. Your gift goes a long way xx
WWF Big Cats
02/16/2017 at 11:25. Facebook
"It’s so important to have people caring about their local wildlife because they are the people that live with these species, and they are the people that are having the greatest impact on it. If we have to start somewhere, we need to start there. Getting people to see these animals in a different light, getting people to care about them, and hopefully that will inspire different action and...
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Carnivore Conservation: Preserving Africa’s Disappearing Lion Population

Here’s a little-known fact to add to your big cat knowledge.

When hunting, lionesses have specific roles – some play the role of 'centre' and others the role of 'wing'. The wings chase the prey towards the centres so that they can catch the prey.
Animals that will make you go ‘aw’ this Valentine’s


Some of nature’s most adorable moments

Snow leopards are shy, elusive cats known for their solitary nature. But one at least has been caught on camera, being loud and proud!

Snow leopards can't actually roar, the noise they make is called a 'chuff'.

Is this mating call proof that snow leopards can roar after all?

#HappyValentinesDay everyone!
Climate change has been a significant factor in the extinction of 20 species so far , and 1 in 6 species are currently threatened with extinction due to increasing global temperatures.

Please share if you agree that there’s never been a better time for ambitious action on climate change.

Over the past 50 to 80 years, populations of Eurasian lynx have made an impressive recovery in northern Europe, in the Carpathians and in north-east Europe, west of Russia, contributing to the 10-fold population increase during that period!
A symbol of the enigmatic power and beauty of the Amazon.
What a beauty! This young male tiger was captured on camera in the early morning during the dry season of Bandhavgarh National Park.
Ethiopian lions, distinctive because of their black manes, are rare and intriguing due to their remoteness. But this one was caught on camera in a riveting encounter.

Rare Black-Maned Ethiopian Lion Caught on Video

As you know, big cats are renowned for their mighty roars. However, some cannot roar, but purr instead

Which type do you think the cougar is?
Hats off to the highly adaptable leopard! Versatility is key to the this stealthy creature's survival: They can live in extremely varied habitats, from the desert, to mountains, to rainforests.