Panthera


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Panthera

includes cougar (P. concolor), jaguar (P. onca), jaguarundi (P. jaguarundi), leopard (P. pardus), lion (P. leo), margay (P. tigrina), ocelot (P. pardalis), tiger (P. tigris), Siberian tiger (P. tigris altaica), snow leopard (P. uncia).
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Nosikitok" is radio-collared and monitored by KopeLion, a Tanzanian conservation NGO supported by Panthera that works with the local Maasai community to protect lions.
Bogota: Panthera Colombia, Conservacion Internacional Colombia, Fundacion Herencia Ambiental Caribe, Cat Specialist Group UICN/SSC.
2]s as they are the typical tooth being used in African lion aging programs (Tanzania Wildlife Division 2012, Zambia Lion Project 2007, Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority and Panthera 2014), are less likely to have suffered damage than other tooth types (Van Valkenburgh 1988, Patterson et al.
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co-founder and chief medical officer of Panthera MedTech.
The competition had both promotional and practical applications, demonstrating Pipistrel's prowess in low-energy flight and employing the same type of brush less DC motor Pipistrel will use in the electric version of the Panthera.
Washington, June 3 ( ANI ): Environmental philanthropists from China, India, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the US have agreed to provide funding of 80 million dollars to change the course of wild cat protection through Panthera, the organization dedicated to ensuring the future of wild cats through scientific leadership and conservation action.
The announcement was made at a private ceremony in Abu Dhabi by Panthera, a wild cats preservation group.
Research recently published by the nonprofit organization Panthera warns that lions are facing extinction in West Africa and should be listed as critically endangered.
A skull from the new species, Panthera blytheae, was excavated and described by a team led by Jack Tseng, a Ph.
Panthera blytheae, named for the daughter of longtime museum benefactors Paul and Heather Haaga of La Canada Flintridge, was slightly smaller than the snow leopard and probably roamed the Tibetan plateau for several million years, dining on an ample supply of antelope, pika and blue sheep, according to pale-ontologist Zhijie Jack Tseng, lead author of the paper.
A skull from the new species, named Panthera blytheae, was excavated and described by a team led by Jack Tseng -- a PhD student at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at the time of the discovery, and now a postdoctoral fellow at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York.