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This Is Why The Cheetah Is Endangered — 2 Comments

  1. Why do you outright lie so much and so often? Anyone with net-access can see you for what you truly are. You do realize that, don’t you?

    “Seroprevalences to viral pathogens in free-ranging and captive cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) …”

    “The results suggest that while free-ranging wild carnivores may be a source of pathogens, the distribution of seroprevalences across studies mirrored local human population density and factors associated with human habitation, probably reflecting contact opportunities with (nonvaccinated) domestic and feral cats…”

    That study done in 2009, feral house-cat infestations have probably more than quadrupled worldwide since then.

    • I have amended your comment to remove your insult! Your arrogance knows no bounds:

      “Data on the health status of free-ranging cheetahs are scarce, and little is known about their exposure and susceptibility to infectious diseases…”

      That’s in the study abstract. They don’t know. They know that captive cheetahs get ill. I’d have thought that is pretty obvious and another reason why humans are so damn cruel. The point I am making is that low density is good for protection against infectious disease.

      So why don’t you stop being an arrogant oaf and start being polite or is that totally beyond you?

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