Cheetah Conservation Foundation

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The Cheetah Preservation Foundation is a conservation organisation set up in South Africa in 1993 with special dedication to the protection of the vulnerable South African cheetah. It is one of the largest wildlife organisations in Africa. The foundation has set up a number of programmes throughout South Africa such as the Cango Wildlife Ranch near the town of Oudtshoorn.

See also

External links

  • Cheetah Preservation Foundation official website
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  • Cheetah Factsheet
  • General Information on Cheetahs
  • Scientific Papers and Publications
  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Threatened and Endangered Species System (TESS).
  • International Cheetah Studbook
  • A Volunteer's Story
  • SSP Fact Sheet on the AZA website.
  • Cheeta Conservation Fund

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