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“Strawberry” leopard caught on camera

Some great cameratrap pictures of a “strawberry” leopard, or also called Pink or Red Leopard. Feeding on a giraffe carcass. Scientific research is done to the rare colour of the leopard, and one wild leopard was released back into the wild.

With credits to Mpumalanga Leopard Conservation, associate in leopard conservation and fighting poachers, farmers with bad intentions, snares and that sort of criminal acitivies.

One to Read: Wilde Verwandte by Wolfgang Schwerdt

For German speaking/reading wildcat enthusiasts. In this book author Wolfgang kindly pays attention to Wild Cats World and our conservation projects for the leopard, black-footed cats, etc.

In short….

Marbled cat, Sumatran tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, or black-footed cat. 
They all have one thing in common: they are on the brink of extinction.
Since the emergence of the first civilizations, they are hunted, as well as admired. The wild species and their natural habitat are decreasing rapidly 
everywhere in the world.

In this book a cultural and historical journey of the early years of the 17th century, in which the fictional ship cat Rotbart (a tomcat) experienced his adventures, until modern times with its present challenges, causing the so-called sixth mass extinction of Earth’s history. The wild cats are related to the Rotbart, the hero of the story.

The reader will take a journey into the world of divine rulers, cultural heroes, man-eating cats of prey, unscrupulous traders, historic eradication campaigns and passionate conservationists. Because the cultural history of anthropogenic biodiversity is characterized by greed, power, scientific passion, religious beliefs and a heavy dose of stupidity of the species, ancestors of Homo sapiens.

A different journey meeting the “wilde Verwandte”

TM and TCM incorporated by WHO – appeal to WHO members to guarantee the protection of endangered plant and animal species

A great cause we are committed to – please do sign & share as much as you can.

Far Eastern Forest cat (Prionailurus bengalensis euptilurus)

Wildlife photographer Valery Maleyev came to search for and capture a Far Eastern leopard, but after days of patient waiting got pictures of another rare feline, a Far Eastern Forest cat (Prionailurus bengalensis euptilurus). These small and gracious animals are believed to be a rare subspecies of Bengal cats; they are on the international and local Red Lists of Threatened Species.