Source: Animal Pictures Archive/Wiki
Found in the Kevir desert region of Iran, its main food consists of gazelles, wild sheep and goats, and hare. There have been debates about how genetically different the Asiatic Cheetah is from the African Cheetah, but recent studies show that it is indeed a subspecies. Because of a lack of genetic diversity, however, due to habitat fragmentation, Asiatic cheetah cubs have a very high mortality rate.
Source: Felidae Conservation Fund
Most of the known cheetah populations are in protected areas in Iran, but that alone may not be enough to save the individuals that are left. It would be a shame to those these guys forever.
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