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With their slender physique and tan colored body filled with black spots, cheetahs are recognizable to just about everyone.

Found in Africa and famous for being the world’s fastest land mammal, this big cat is facing a threat it can’t simply sprint away from – extinction.

Today, less than 10,000 cheetahs exist in the wild. Habitat loss, the illegal wildlife trade, and human-wildlife conflict are driving this species to its end but thanks to committed and compassionate individuals, hope may be left for the cheetah.

Marlice van Vuuren, a Namibian conservationist, dedicates her life to rescuing and protecting cheetahs and many other animals, through N/a’an ku sĂȘ, the wildlife sanctuary she founded back in 2006 with her husband Dr.Rudie van Vuuren. Because Namibia has the biggest population of wild cheetahs in the world, she feels it is their duty to maintain these numbers and conserve Namibia as this conservation mecca.






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Responses to "Meet the Incredible Woman Who Protects Endangered Cheetahs"

  1. Wow! I wish I could have done something like this. She is incredible! Thank you for doing this wonderful thing for the cheetas.

  2. Amazing lady, with her amazing animals! Keep it up!

  3. Sry I'm not god at this I got brain damage but been 17 yrs but you have a beautiful soul n heart work with theanimals I do to in my montana mountains I have bear who comes to me gat nite hide hide him to be old I dumb but we friends we play tag he not good old hunters come m I w I go protect him o find he stinky I not see well he stink well lol we ply tag stay way hunters you save cats o save stinky k

  4. Thank you beautiful lady save my favorite cheetah that you so much I make sure stinky dies wells nit hunter I be there

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