DISAPPEARING SPOTS

The last 18 years has seen dramatic declines in the number of Cheetahs that inhabit Kenya. Killings due to conflict with livestock, hunting for live trade, habitat loss and fragmentation and reduction of prey density have led to the number of Cheetahs dwindling at a mere 1500.

This is a story about the fight for survival and the Cheetah population crisis that has gripped Kenya as it leaps to the 21st Century.

Photo Credits: Giving Nature a Voice