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Protecting Big Cats on World Wildlife Day: Lions and tigers and cheetahs, oh my! Big cats are among the most widely admired animals, recognized for their graceful power and regal beauty across the globe. As apex predators, big cats play a vital role in keeping ecosystems in balance. However, these charismatic predators are facing many threats caused by human activities. In order to bring attention to their precarious situation, this year’s World Wildlife Day will be celebrated under the theme “Big Cats: Predators under Threat.”

The term ‘big cats’ encompasses several species of cat, including lions, tigers, jaguars, leopards, cheetahs, and mountain lions. They can be found in Africa, Asia, and across the Americas, and thus, their presence has a global effect. Big cats have long been prominent in folklore and religious iconography, and these days many cultures around the globe use motifs of them in fashion and sporting logos.

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Protecting Big Cats on World Wildlife Day: Lions and tigers and cheetahs, oh my! Big cats are among the most widely admired animals, recognized for their graceful power and regal beauty across the globe. As apex predators, big cats play a vital role in keeping ecosystems in balance. However, these charismatic predators are facing many threats caused by human activities. In order to bring attention to their precarious situation, this year’s World Wildlife Day will be celebrated under the theme “Big Cats: Predators under Threat.”The term ‘big cats’ encompasses several species of cat, including lions, tigers, jaguars, leopards, cheetahs, and mountain lions. They can be found in Africa, Asia, and across the Americas, and thus, their presence has a global effect. Big cats have long been prominent in folklore and religious iconography, and these days many cultures around the globe use motifs of them in fashion and sporting logos.