Conservation Facts

Caracal

CARACAL FACTS

Caracal (caracal) Identification: The caracal is a well-built, medium-sized cat with large paws. It has characteristic tassels of long darker ...
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Cheetah Experience

CHEETAH FACTS

This page provides general information about cheetahs. For information about the cheetahs now living at Cheetah Experience, please see our ...
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LEOPARD FACTS

LEOPARD (PANTHERA PARDUS) Identification: Well built, with a long tail. Light golden-brown, with black spots and rosettes of 4-6 spots ...
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Lion Cheetah Experience

LION FACTS

LION (PANTHERA LEO) Identification: Largest cat in the region. Cubs are born with dark rosettes and spots that fade away ...
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Meerkat

MEERKAT FACTS

Meerkat (Suricata suricatta) Identification: Small member of the mongoose family with a long, slender body and limbs. Unlike other mongoose ...
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Cheetah Experience Tours

REINTRODUCTION AND TRANSLOCATION OF CHEETAH

Courtesy of Mieke Bakkeren. Introduction Reintroduction or translocation of species happens frequently in the conservation world with the aim of ...
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Serval

SERVAL FACTS

Serval (Leptailurus Serval) Identification: Slender with very long legs and large ears. The black stripes on the neck change into ...
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Tiger

TIGER FACTS

The Siberian tiger, a subspecies of tiger, is the largest cat in the world. It averages about 3.3 m (11 ...
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WILDCAT FACTS

Wildcat The African wildcat, Felis silvestris lybica, is believed to be one of the ancestors of the domestic cat, through ...
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Animal Enrichment

WOLF FACTS

Wolf (canis lupus) Identification: The wolf is a slender, powerfully built animal with a large, deeply descending ribcage and a ...
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