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Cheetah
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Acinonyx jubatus

Service Dogs Help Save Cheetahs from Extinction in the Wild

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), at least 10,000 species become extinct annually. Fast approaching this sad marker is the world’s fastest land mammal, the cheetah. Once occurring throughout much of Africa and Asia, the cheetah has now vanished from most of the regions. At Mpala, a team of scientists from Action for Cheetahs is using trained

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This Week on explore.org (10/12)

At explore.org, the best way to start the week is with a brand new live cam! Please welcome Bella and her puppies from Summit Assistance Dogs! Read more about the organization here and watch the live cam here!   Sad that bear season is almost over? Well have no fear, eagle cam is here! Fall means the

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Welcome Summit Assistance Dogs!

We are pleased to announce that we have added another live cam to our extensive library. Please welcome Summit Assistance Dogs from Anacortes, WA!  Our new live cam features Bella, a black Labrador retriever, and her litter of seven puppies. These puppies will be trained to become future service dogs and help people with disabilities lead a happy and

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Daily Dose of Love: Plethora of Puppies

Meet the New Puppies There’s plenty of puppy love to go around on our live cams! Warrior Canine Connection and Service Dog Project both have nursery pups, and Bergin University just went live with Oriole’s newest litter. Go get your puppy fix, and don’t forget to share snapshots of your favorite adorable moments. Courtney | explore.org

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This Week on Explore (9/22)

This week we’ve had some exceptional sunrises on Dumpling Mountain! Just see for yourself… Bergin University has welcomed a brand new litter! Make sure to tune into the live cam here! Eagle Season is approaching! We held a live chat with Raptor Resource Project in anticipation for the upcoming season. Take a look here: Our

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