Fellows in the News

Preserving The World's Big Cats: The big, wild cats of the world aren't faring well. Humans and developments cover land they used to roam. Can we share the planet, or is the battle for preservation one we are always fighting? Biological corridors are one new effort at preservation; from Mexico to Argentina for jaguars and through the Indo–Himalayan region for tigers. How do these corridors work? Dr. Alan Rabinowitz has worked with warring armies, government officials and local civilians to set land aside for these animals. How are these conversations fostered, or ever successful? What affect do these top predators have on the entire ecosystem? What can we do to help?

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