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#SaveTheCheetah on #GivingTuesday with #UNSelfies and #GivingGrid

You can tell them why you give your time, money, and efforts to CCF by … Read more »

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Double Your Donations From Now Till Dec. 31st

In January 2016, we published a list of New Year’s Cheetah Resolutions for Cheetah Conservation … Read more »

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The U.S. Regional Environment Office Collaborates with CCF on IWT Poster Campaign

The U.S. Regional Environment Office (REO) for East Africa, working with U.S. Missions in the … Read more »

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Purchase now! A Future for Cheetahs, authored by CCF’s Founder and Executive Director, Dr. Laurie Marker and photographer Suzi Eszterhas. The 208 page full color coffee table book, shares the story of the cheetahs race against extinction – illustrated with some of the rarest and most beautiful images yet of wild cheetah.
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Photographer Suzi Eszterhas also donates her work to benefit CCF. You can see her photography in the Support Our Research button and Cheetah Facts section on this page.

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Working in Front Line Conservation Takes Dynamism and Flexibility

Hi Everyone! My name is Jo and I am the Volunteer and Intern Supervisor as-well-as … Read more »

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Cheetah Facts

The cheetah’s slender, long-legged body is built for speed. Cheetahs are tan in color with black spots all over their bodies.
70mph (113km/hr) Top speed of cheetahs
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Did You Know?

When cheetahs are running, they use their tails to help them steer and turn in the direction they want to go, like the rudder of a boat.