Over the last 25 years, the AfriCat Foundation has rescued over 1100 cheetahs, lions and leopards that have been trapped as a result of human/wildlife conflict on the farmlands in Namibia.
Amongst other conservation programmes, the AfriCat project provides an environment for previously non-releasable large carnivores to hone their hunting skills. Based on a 22,000-hectare nature reserve at Okonjima in central Namibia it allows for cheetah and leopard to become self-sustaining before returning them to their natural environment.
Prior to release in the wider park, cheetahs are protected at the AfriCat Carnivore Care Centre where they are given food and care, including the exercise necessary to maintain their physical and mental wellbeing.
This image shows the morning exercise routine of one of those cheetah, a male, chasing an electrically-powered, mechanical lure moving around a circuit at 100kmh.
Catalogue No: 4100
Edition Size: 95
Media: Fotospeed Smooth Cotton 300gsm
Frame Shown: Langham Mono L2214
Print Size (mm):
A1 (841 x 594)
Approximate External dimensions (mm):
A1 (1189 x 942)
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