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WWF Big Cats
today at 08:05. Facebook
Climate change means we're seeing changes in animals' ranges - greatly concerning for already endangered snow leopards. We need to work with communities, government and other organisations to help snow leopards in this changing environment. And remember, we can all do our part to tackle climate change!

Concerns over first snow and common leopards found in same area - BBC News

WWF Big Cats
yesterday at 07:30. Facebook
These magnificent animals are facing an uncertain future. Poaching, loss of prey and conflict with local people have put these cats in real danger of disappearing forever… and now climate change is threatening their home.

Snow leopards

WWF Big Cats
01/16/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
These beauties are Bengal tiger cubs. Aren't they lovely? Wishing you a great week!
WWF Big Cats
01/15/2017 at 10:10. Facebook
Have you heard of the word 'papillae'? They’re the sharp-pointed rasps found on a lions tongue, which are used to scrape the meat off the bones of it’s prey.

Now that’s a yawn and a half!
WWF Big Cats
01/14/2017 at 16:20. Facebook
Wow. We just love this stunning photograph. What's your favourite big cat?
WWF Big Cats
01/13/2017 at 12:55. Facebook
It's Friday the thirteenth! Spooky, huh?

Ladders, mirrors and black cats get a bad wrap today, but we reckon black cats like this jaguar are just rare and wonderful, not at all unlucky!
WWF Big Cats
01/12/2017 at 09:45. Facebook
Did you know that lions, now an iconic symbol of Africa, were once a common sight in Europe? They became extinct here almost 2,000 years ago.
WWF Big Cats
01/11/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
This exotic beast is a caracal, a small predatory cat whose habitat stretches from Africa to India.

Caracals are sometimes coveted as pets, but as we're sure you agree - they belong in the wild!
WWF Big Cats
01/11/2017 at 07:20. Facebook
Did you know the word cheetah comes from the Sanskrit word 'chitraka' meaning 'the spotted one'?
When life gives you melons... Lions are highly adaptable and can live in very dry areas like the Kalahari desert. Here they get most of their water from their prey and will even drink from plants such as the Tsamma melon.
Well done everyone for the answers to yesterday’s quiz – most of you know your tiger facts, and are well aware of the sad truth that there are only 3,900 tigers left in the wild.

From the British population we surveyed, a quarter think that there are *ten time* more tigers in the wild than the worrying reality, and a third thought that wild tigers lived in Kenya. Take a peek at what else we...
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Learn your stripes: 23% of Brits think there are 10x more tigers in the...

How many tigers do you think are left in the wild? Share your answer with a reaction and we’ll reveal the correct answer soon.

We recently asked the same question to some of the British public and got a surprising result!
Think you've got a varied diet? Well a jaguar's diet can consist of more than 85 different species - variety is the spice of life!
This amazing snow leopard is one of two female snow leopards that were recently captured and radio collared in Bhutan’s Jigme Dorji National Park. They were then released back into the wild.

The data collected from the two collars will help conservationists track their movement pattern, habitat use and preferences so that strategies and transboundary efforts can be made to save this elusive...
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Lions are unique among cats in the way they live and work together. They hunt together, give birth at the same time, and even share the raising of their young!
Built for speed…

You can see by their unique, lanky build that cheetahs are made for running, but did you know that most chases last less than a minute?
Amur tigers have the largest home range of any tiger subspecies, because they have to search over large ranges to find prey – not surprising given the freezing conditions in the high latitudes of the Russian Far East!
When poaching is the only way to feed your family, how do you create a better future for human and beast?

Transforming minds in the mountains of Central Asia

It's 2017 already?! Where did last year go?
Happy new year! Here’s to another year of protecting, honouring and loving big cats of all shapes (and sizes)!

Thank you for your support – we couldn’t do any of our conservation work for big cats, their habitats and the other animals who share their planet, without you. May you all have a wonderful 2017.