The endangered cheetah faces the possibility of extinction with its numbers continuing to dwindle thanks to a loss of habitat, largely due to ranching and an increasing human population in areas that formerly served as t... More »

As of 2015, cheetahs as a whole are considered vulnerable to extinction, but they are not endangered. However, certain subspecies are considered endangered or even critically endangered, as is the case with the Asiatic c... More »

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When a predator such as the cheetah is removed from an ecosystem, the population of its natural prey increases. This has a rippling effect across the ecosystem, affecting a wide variety of organisms. Famine, disease and ... More »

Siberian tigers are on the endangered list and their numbers, while currently stable, have declined because of poaching and loss of habitat. The poaching is done to procure body parts, typically used in Chinese medicine.... More »

The cheetah's habitat is mainly the open savannas and grassland areas in various parts of Africa. There also is a small population of cheetahs in Iran. More »

The cheetah is endangered due to a combination of genetic frailties and the adverse effects of a dwindling habitat. The species has also been decimated by farmers seeking to protect their herds. More »

As of 2015, cheetahs as a whole are considered vulnerable to extinction, but they are not endangered. However, certain subspecies are considered endangered or even critically endangered, as is the case with the Asiatic c... More »

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