Begin all your cheetah research projects with the best available information on the species and its habitat. CCF’s fact sheets, research papers, and educational materials will help you build your knowledge by learning directly from CCF’s research and education staff.
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Get all the cheetah latest info directly from the scientists and conservationists working to save the species! CCF staff are some of the leading experts in their fields, and they are available to speak at your event. To request a speaker (including Dr. Laurie Marker herself) please fill out our form below.
Recorded talks by CCF around the world and throughout the United States. Audiences range from elementary school students to University Professors, from zoo attendees to international planning committees.
Studbooks are the most important tool in scientifically managing populations of wild animals. They contain all relevant data on the captive population of a certain species. The pedigree and demographic history, as well as the maintenance of a particular species, is maintained and registered.