NAT GEO VIDEO: Big Cats Around the World Are In Imminent Danger

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ABOVE VIDEO: Big cats around the world are in imminent danger. From lions in the Serengeti to leopards in the Himalaya, our planet’s most iconic felines are facing increasing threats ranging from habitat loss to human conflict.

Big cats around the world are in imminent danger. From lions in the Serengeti to leopards in the Himalaya, our planet’s most iconic felines are facing increasing threats ranging from habitat loss to human conflict.

With as few as 3,000 tigers, 10,000 cheetahs, and 30,000 lions remaining in the wild, big steps are needed to halt the decline of big cats.

National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative supports innovative on-the-ground conservation efforts while sounding the call to help big cats in the wild. Join us and let’s save big cats together.

This year, get closer than ever to big cats during Nat Geo’s Big Cat Week, a full week of innovative programming that shines a light on these top felines. Big Cat Week kicks off this Friday, November 27, on Nat Geo WILD.

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