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A Place for Cheetahs | National Geographic ctm magazine



South African Conservationist Vincent van der Merwe is often referred to as a cheetah matchmaker. His work involves pairing together compatible mates in hopes of reviving healthy cheetah populations throughout their African homeland. Follow along as Vincent and his team relocate a male cheetah from South Africa to Malawi, among the first to be successfully reintroduced in the country.

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23 Comments

  • Razor on September 10, 2020

    Cheeto

  • Taslim Chaudhry on September 10, 2020

    Awesome Video

    🌺🌺🇮🇳🌺🌺

  • Aniket Babar on September 10, 2020

    Relocation at the cost of seperating families doesn't sound good. And this cheetah looks weak. Should have fed him before releasing

  • David Emanuel Rosini on September 10, 2020

    <3

  • Visões da Amazônia - Amazon Visions on September 10, 2020

    Beautiful animal! In Brazil this animal is called "guepardo".

  • Hasan Foyejul on September 10, 2020

    ধন্যবাদ…

    thanks

  • National Geographic on September 10, 2020

    South African Conservationist Vincent van der Merwe is often referred to as a cheetah matchmaker. What amazes you most about his work in reviving healthy cheetah populations?

  • Venkat Ramanan on September 10, 2020

    Supper

  • *MiZzBeeDoiNiT* on September 10, 2020

    Good for them! Like he said..Hopefully, other areas of Africa & also Asia do catch on & start to do the same thing to help the cheetah population. :):)

  • bao nguyen2278 on September 10, 2020

    HOW ABOUT THE BEATLES …HAAA

  • Richie on September 10, 2020

    Cheetahs are agile wildcats, it's necessary to help them rehabilitate and conserve to ensure their survival.

  • Evy Darling on September 10, 2020

    I appreciate the intent but the process needs improving. This cheetah was clearly stressed. You can't just pack up a wild animal with no food or water in a narrow, restrictive box and drive 13 hours! It's an animal, not a piece of furniture. Please consider consulting with the folks at Born Free Foundation about how to properly relocate an apex predator.

  • BroRider on September 10, 2020

    Love so wonderful videos! Thank you!

  • Heather Donahue on September 10, 2020

    Cool

  • Pumpkin0330 titi on September 10, 2020

    That box that the cheetahs are in is way to small.

  • Mimi Kyuki on September 10, 2020

    Great cause but the cheetah seems lonely to be separated from his sisters

  • Jacqueline Knauff on September 10, 2020

    Thank you

  • Moneybagg Tully on September 13, 2020

    Rpm first artist in jungle

  • manakki molineux on September 13, 2020

    Legends

  • عدنان 28 adnan on September 14, 2020

    .

  • Gardening Junkie on September 30, 2020

    I have endangered cats in my neighborhood, and I don't even live in Africa. Animal control in this town just keeps on rounding them up until there's an overpopulation of every other unwanted animal here and no cats to be found. It makes you wonder, why it's ok to live wild if they're in Africa but horrible in a more urban environment?

    As to the video, I'm glad someone is helping with the problems of too much inbreeding, however can't the animals be airlifted instead?

  • Hadleigh Sawyer on October 4, 2020

    You could have it you shot it

  • Md Faizal Muhammad on October 7, 2020

    ♾😏

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