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Cheetah Conservation Fund

Today there are fewer than 7,500 cheetahs remaining in the wild. The species once
roamed freely from India, throughout the Middle East and across the continent of Africa. Due
to habitat loss, human/wildlife conflict and the illegal pet trade, cheetah populations have
become greatly reduced with fragmented pockets scattered across their former range.
Extinct in over 20 countries, the largest and most stabilized populations are concentrated in
southern Africa. Namibia, where Cheetah Conservation Fund’s (CCF) headquarters are
located, has the largest remaining population. Continue reading