Big Cats From Around the World

Big Cats From Around the World
I don't know about you, but we find that we can get sucked into adorable animal videos online and completely lose track of time.  Fortunately, much of the content out in cyberspace is educational, including ours!  We are thrilled that our growing Facebook community is starting to speak out and tell us what they want to learn more about.  In our new video slideshow series about wild animals, we will be highlighting some of the incredible creatures that Suzi has photographed throughout her career as a wildlife photographer.   
Our first video, dedicated to Michael and Elizabeth, 2nd grade twins in Northern California, is about Big Cats from around the world.  We focused on Tigers, Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs and Mountain Lions.

Mom and Baby Tiger color photograph for sale


Tigers live on the continent of Asia in a variety of habitats such as rainforests, grasslands, savannas and even mangrove swamps.  Their numbers are in decline because of the growth of human populations and expanding human activity.  Sadly, tigers are often poached because some cultures want to use their body parts for medicine.

Mom and baby cheetah color photograph for sale

Cheetahs are Africa's most endangered big cat.  You'd hope that being the fastest land animal might help them, but sadly, speed can not protect these animals from habitat loss.  For thousands of years, cheetahs were kept as companion animals by royalty, and to this day, there is still high demand for cheetahs as pets.  Unfortunately, they do not breed well in captivity, so many are captured in the wild in order to fuel this illegal trade.   

Dad and baby lion color photograph

Lions are the most social of the big cats, living in prides of up to 30 animals.  Females do most of the hunting, and males protect the pride and defend its territory.  Like all other wildlife, they are impacted by habitat loss.  

Big Cats from around the World

If your kids have a favorite wild animal and want an upcoming video to be dedicated to them, let us know!  Join our Facebook community, where we are taking requests. Upcoming videos will include Apes and Baby Animals Playing!  What are your ideas?


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