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  • Panthera’s Supporters Raise $1 MILLION (!) for Wild Cats on #GivingTuesday
  • Press Release: New Study Reveals Lions Are Rapidly Losing Ground In Africa
  • ‘Tis the Season for Snow Leopard Cubs – A Video from the Field
  • Hope for Colombia’s Cubs: A New Litter of Jaguars
  • An Unlikely Mother: The First Reported Case of a Wild Leopard Cub Adoption
  • ‘Man and Beast’ Film Featuring the Life of Panthera’s CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, Chosen as Vimeo Staff Pick
  • Carnivores of the World Field Guide Published in German and French
  • Panthera’s Vice President, Andrea Heydlauff, Interviewed by Sanctuary Cub Magazine
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  • Turning the Tide for Tigers
  • Panthera’s Conservation Council Member, Jane Alexander, Honored with Indianapolis Prize’s First Global Wildlife Ambassador Award
  • Caracal Fishing in the Yemen
  • Huffington Post Op-Ed by Panthera’s President, Dr. Luke Hunter: Captive Lion Reintroduction, a 'Conservation Myth'
  • A View from Above: The Corridor and The Future of the Jaguar
  • Press Release: Tiger Task Force Instills Renewed Hope for the Future of the Tiger
  • Help Panthera and The Rainforest Foundation Win $40,000 to Protect Rainforests and Save Jaguar Habitat
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  • A Thank You from Dr. Luke Hunter: 'Remove a Snare' Campaign Surpasses Goal to Save Big Cats
  • Press Release: First Photos Ever of Jaguars in Colombian Oil Palm Plantation Taken with Panthera’s Camera Traps
  • Spring Brings Snow and a Record 18 Snow Leopard Collarings in Mongolia
  • Cougar Video: Families and Friends
  • Panthera’s CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, Discusses How Easing U.S. Sanctions on Myanmar Will Help Tiger Conservation
  • Enter Panthera’s Jaguar Raffle to Support Conservation & Win an Eco-Resort Stay in Yucatán, Mexico
  • Lookin’ Good & Saving Wild Cats – Panthera’s Father’s Day Gifts
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  • Study Reveals First Ever Camera Trap Photos of a Tiger in Remote Northeast Indian Reserve
  • Honduran Government Makes Historic Commitment to Protect Jaguars
  • Where Science and the Human Element Collide
  • Vital Evidence: A Jaguar Camera Trap Photo
  • To Save a Lion, Rescue a Cow
  • Video from the Field: Unruly Snow Leopard Cubs in Pakistan
  • Panthera’s CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz Talks Tigers on the Steve Scher Radio Show
  • Curious Cats Take Off with Panthera's Camera Traps, Provide Insights into Conservation
  • Proceeds from Jeep Apparel Leopard T-Shirts Support Panthera’s Leopard Conservation Projects
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  • First Panthera Camera Trap Photos of a Jaguar Taken in Nicaragua
  • ‘India’s Last Lions’ by Panthera’s President, Dr. Luke Hunter, Published in BBC Wildlife Magazine
  • Where Have Nigeria’s Lions Gone?
  • Panthera’s Media Director, Steve Winter, Wins Second Consecutive ‘Global Vision Award’ from Pictures of the Year International
  • 'Carnivores of the World' Field Guide by Panthera's President, Dr. Luke Hunter, Chosen as a 2011 Best Reference Book by Library Journal
  • Winston Cobb Memorial Fellowship Established Through Panthera
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  • An Unexpected Camera Trap Thief in Tajikistan (Caught on Camera!)
  • Panthera Co-Authored Study Evaluates Significance of African Lions for the Trophy Hunting Industry
  • Panthera’s CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, Discusses How to Successfully Save Big Cats on TreeHugger Radio
  • The Elusive Bay Cat Confirmed in Borneo’s Highlands
  • Press Release: Panthera and National Geographic to Collaborate on Saving the World’s Big Cats
  • Panthera’s 2011 Year in Review Report
  • Panthera Launches New Online Store
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  • New Results of Island-Wide Survey Give Hope to the Sumatran Tiger
  • Panthera Leopard Experts Discuss Threats Facing African Leopards in Natural History Magazine
  • A Record 15 Snow Leopards Join Mongolia Study
  • Panthera’s Faux Leopard Fur Campaign Featured in Top-Tier South African Newspapers
  • 2011 Rabinowitz-Kaplan Prize for the Next Generation in Wild Cat Conservation Awarded to WildCRU Felid Scientist, Dr. Amy Dickman
  • Panthera CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz Receives Lifetime Achievement Award at Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
  • Featured Photo of the Month – A Tigress and Her Five Cubs
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