Iran trying to save Asiatic Cheetah from extinction

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  Koushki - shown above - crouches at the Miandasht Wildlife Refuge. Source: AP

The Associated Press recently shed light on Iran’s efforts to save the Asiatic Cheetah.  The UNDP Resident Representative was interviewed and quoted in the article. 

The Conservation of Asiatic Cheetah Project (CACP) is a long standing initiative between Iran’s Department of Environment, UNDP and a number of committed international partners, namely the Wildlife Conservation Society, Panthera, Cheetah Conservation Fund and IUCN’s Cat Specialist Group.

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