remaining Asiatic cheetahs

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  • Iran’s two Asiatic cheetahs reach ‘the bitter end’ 2019-12-11 18:35

    Iran’s two Asiatic cheetahs reach ‘the bitter end’

    TEHRAN – Two Asiatic cheetahs, kept in captivity at Tehran’s Pardisan Park, have reached the bitter end because they have lost their ability to regenerate and should be returned to nature.

  • International Cheetah Day: running fast toward extinction 2019-12-04 19:31

    International Cheetah Day: running fast toward extinction

    TEHRAN – Asiatic cheetah, the planet’s fastest mammal, are facing extinction as their population has dramatically shrank to less than 7,000 in the world over the past few years, with a small remaining population in Iran.

  • Asiatic cheetahs in Pardisan Park to undergo semi-captive breeding 2019-10-30 19:20

    Asiatic cheetahs in Pardisan Park to undergo semi-captive breeding

    TEHRAN – Two Asiatic cheetahs, kept in captivity at Tehran’s Pardisan Park, will be transferred to protected areas of central Yazd province for semi-captive breeding, Kiumars Kalantari, deputy chief of the Department of Environment (DOE), has said.

  • Artificial insemination failed on cheetah in captivity 2019-07-31 18:09

    Artificial insemination failed on cheetah in captivity

    TEHRAN – Female Asiatic cheetah, Delbar, being kept in captivity at Tehran’s Pardisan Park, has undergone artificial insemination some 100 days ago, but it turned to be unsuccessful, director of the wildlife conservation and management at the Department of Environment has said.

  • Asiatic cheetahs spotted in eastern Iran 2019-07-14 19:51

    Asiatic cheetahs spotted in eastern Iran

    TEHRAN – Two Asiatic cheetahs have been observed in Tabas county, located in South Khorasan province, eastern Iran, since the beginning of this year (March 21), head of Tabas department of environment has said.

  • DOE plans on live capture of cheetahs for conservation 2019-07-01 20:17

    DOE plans on live capture of cheetahs for conservation

    TEHRAN – The Department of Environment (DOE) is preparing a plan on capturing two remaining Asiatic cheetahs alive for conservation and reproduction purposes, Majid Kharrazian-Moqaddam, director of the wildlife conservation and management at the DOE has said.