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Overview of long-term health, reproduction, and genetic research on Namibian cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)

Conflict between humans and large carnivores is well documented in Africa, and is one of the chief … Read more »

05.06.2009 • By

Improved quality of cryopreserved cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) spermatozoa after centrifugation through accudenz

Sperm cryopreservation, in combination with assisted reproductive techniques, is a valuable tool for the genetic management of … Read more »

Policy for human-leopard conflict management in India

A national workshop was held 23-24 January 2007 in New Delhi, India to develop a pragmatic management … Read more »

04.01.2009 • By ,

The use of remote camera traps to estimate density of free-ranging cheetahs in north-central Namibia

Remote camera trapping RCT, although successfully used to estimate abundance on other species such as the tiger … Read more »

Molecular genetic insights on cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) ecology and conservation in Namibia

The extent and geographic patterns of molecular genetic diversity of the largest remaining free-ranging cheetah population were … Read more »

Ejaculate traits in the Namibian cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus): influence of age, season, and captivity

The objective was to examine the influence of animal age, season and captivity status on seminal quality … Read more »

Regional assessment of the status, distribution, and conservation needs of cheetahs in southern Africa

A country by country assessment of the status, distribution and conservation needs for cheetah Acinonyx jubatus in … Read more »

The Namibian cheetah: status report

Over the past century, wild cheetahs Acinonyx jubatus have undergone a drastic reduction in global geogra- phic … Read more »

A report from the Sahelo Saharan Interest Group – Office du Parc National de l’Ahaggar Survey, Algeria (March 2005) – Part 5: Using molecular genetics to study the presence of endangered carnivores

The status of the cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus, in Northern Africa is poorly known. Study of this species … Read more »

Assessing the use of swing gates in game fences as a potential non-lethal predator exclusion technique

Many Namibian farmers are diversifying from exclusive livestock farming to mixed farming, resulting in a sharp increase … Read more »