Our photo of the day shows an affectionate lioness and her son in the midst of a morning cleaning session, in South Africa’s Thanda Private Game Reserve. Read up on Panthera's lion conservation work across Africa through Project Leonardo and our work in the Phinda Game Reserve, bordering Thanda, to preserve the region's leopard populations through the Munyawana Leopard Project.
Enjoy our photo of the day of two jaguars, known as Wilson and Julianna by Panthera's scientists, resting in the Brazilian Pantanal! Panthera's Conservation Ranch Program Advisor, Rafael Hoogesteijn, took this photo just meters from the jaguars, which are being monitored through Panthera’s Pantanal Jaguar Project.
Learn more about Panthera's Pantanal Jaguar Project.
Enjoy our photo of the day of a female cheetah and her playful cub, taken in South Africa's Phinda Private Game Reserve by Panthera Media Director, Steve Winter! Steve visited Phinda last summer to document some of the leopard conservation work being carried out through Panthera's Munyawana Leopard Project
You can now follow Steve on his travels through Instagram!
Enjoy our photo of the day of two lion cubs feeding! Typically, 2-4 cubs are born to a litter, but they can be as large as 7! And although cubs begin to hunt independently at around 18 months, they rarely leave their pride before the age of 2. Learn more about lions and Panthera’s solution to protecting and increasing the world’s remaining African lion populations through Project Leonardo
Give us your best caption for our photo of the day of a sleepy African lion, taken by Panthera's partner photographer, Christian Sperka!
Learn more about how Panthera is working to ensure a future for this iconic big cat through Project Leonardo.
Enjoy our photo of the day of a leopard resting in a tree in South Africa. Did you know that leopards can hoist prey weighing up to 91kg (200lbs) up trees to avoid the risk of it being stolen by other predators?
Learn more cool facts about the leopard and how Panthera is working to protect this beautiful big cat through the Munyawana Leopard Project.
Our photo of the day is a camera trap photo of a snow leopard with a beautiful view of the Kharlung Mountain Ridge in India. Although snow leopards live in harsh conditions, they are well adapted to their environment. Their small rounded ears, for example, minimize heat loss.
Learn more neat facts about the snow leopard and how Panthera is working to conserve this magnificent species through the Snow Leopard Conservation Program.