Rare Snow Leopard Kills Sheep In First-Ever Photographs loading...
Rare Snow Leopard Kills Sheep In First-Ever Photographs
In November, a photographer got quite a shock while trekking the Tibetan Plateau in western China.
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Big Cats Initiative
Learn about National Geographic's Big Cat Initiative.
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Our Favourite Tiger Photos Show Their Power and Beauty
See how a photographer and conservationist is trying to preserve big cats for future generations.
Rare Black-Maned Ethiopian Lion Caught on Video loading...
Rare Black-Maned Ethiopian Lion Caught on Video
A National Geographic explorer spotted the adult male on a recent expedition to Bale Mountains National Park.
5 Ways Your Tabby Is Just Like Big Cats in the Wild loading...
5 Ways Your Tabby Is Just Like Big Cats in the Wild
Our house cats have gone a long way from their big cousins—or have they?
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Fluffy Lion Cubs Grace Taronga’s Western Plains
The four young African lion cubs at Taronga have started venturing out of their den.
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Meet Bob Poole
This is story of award-winning cameraman of Gorongosa: Africa Reborn who experienced the re-birth of Africa's wild and the countless events of rescuing wild animals, in particular the elephants.
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How Jaguars Survived the Ice Age
While others were driven into extinction this big cat managed to survive.
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Our Most Stunning Pictures of Big Cats
See National Geographic's most beautiful portraits of wild felines
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Australian Group Accuses Tiger Temple Of Supplying Black Market
New report from a Australian nonprofit organisation alleges that monks in Thailand have been speed breeding big cats for the illegal market.
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How Do Scientists Collar Wild Animals?
If you think your job is nerve-wracking, try putting a collar on a mountain lion.
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No one has heard the roar of a lion in the Rwandan wilderness for 15 years, but that’s about to change. Later this year, lions will be introduced into Akagera National Park, but it’s a tough task adapting to this part of central Africa.

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