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Saving the last cheetahs of Iran: Dr Luke Hunter

July 2015

The Asiatic Cheetah, also known as the Iranian Cheetah is one of the most endangered of the world’s big cats


0 minutes – Introduction

2.30 minutes – Lecture begins

3.10 minutes – The geographical spread of Asiatic cheetahs

5.40 minutes – Main threats to cheetahs

19.50 minutes – Bringing new conservation techniques to Iran

41.20 minutes – Results of the conservation efforts

View the Lecture here (12 May 2014)


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