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  • 1. Cool South Africa Wildlife Photography & ConservationimagesSome cool South Africa Wildlife Photography & Conservation images:Crowned PloverCrowned Lapwings (Plover) prefer short dry meadow which may be overgrazed or burnt, butavoid mountains. In higher-rainfall locations such as parts of Zambia and Zimbabwe, they occurmostly as dry-season site visitors. In dry areas of north Botswana nevertheless, they areattracted in huge numbers when good rain occurs. In southern Africa their greatestconcentrations are to be discovered in the dry central Kalahari region.Although typically exceeded by Blacksmith Lapwings, they are the most widespread and locallythe most numerous lapwing types in their area of circulation. Their numbers have increased inthe latter component of the 20th-century after benefiting from an assortment of human tasks.They live up to 20 years.The Crowned Lapwing is among the species to which the Arrangement on the Preservation ofAfrican-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA) applies.Wildlife photography, art work and visual editing from Jason Wharam Photography.Leopard 1/4
  • 2. Zoo NegaraSelangor Darul EhsanMalaysia.The leopard (IPA: [l?p?d R_SQUARE_B.; Panthera pardus) is an Old World mammal of theFelidae family and the tiniest of the four roaring cats in the genus Panthera, the other three arethe tiger, lion and jaguar. When distributed around southern Asia and Africa, from Korea toSouth Africa, the leopard’s selection of distribution has lowered significantly over time since ofa range of elements, featuring human influence, and the leopard now chiefly happens insub-Saharan Africa. There are fragmented populations in India, Indochina, Malaysia, and China.Regardless of the loss of selection and constant decreases in population, the cat continues tobe a “Least Concern” species; its numbers are higher than that of the other Panthera species,all of which deal with more acute conservation concerns.The leopard has reasonably short legs and a long body, with a huge skull. Physically, it mostclosely resembles the jaguar, although it is generally smaller and of slighter build. Its fur ismarked with rosettes which lack internal spots, unlike those of the jaguar. Leopards that aremelanistic, either entirely black or extremely dark in coloration, are among the big cats knowninformally as black panthers.The types’ success in the wild owes in component to its opportunistic hunting behavior, itsflexibility to a range of habitats and its capability to move at up to roughly 60 kilometres (37miles) an hour. The leopard eats essentially any sort of pet it could hunt down and catch. Itsfavored habitat assortments from jungle to desert terrains. Its ecological part and conditionresembles that of the similarly-sized cougar in the Americas.Leopard – Lowery Park Zoo – Tampa Florida 2/4
  • 3. The leopard (pronounced / leop?rd /; Panthera pardus) belongs to the Felidae household andthe tiniest of the 4 “big cats” in the genus Panthera; the other three being the tiger, lion andjaguar. When distributed across southern Asia and Africa, from Korea to South Africa, theleopard’s range of distribution has actually lowered significantly due to hunting and loss ofresidency, and the greatest concentration of leopards now takes place mainly in sub-SaharanAfrica; there are also fragmented populations in Pakistan, India, Indochina, Malaysia, andChina. Due to the loss of variety and decreases in population, it is rated as a “NearThreatened” types. Its numbers are greater than other Panthera species, all of which face moreacute conservation issues.The leopard has fairly short legs and a long body, with a large head. It is similar in appeal to thejaguar, although it is of smaller and slighter create. Its fur is marked with rosettes that are similarto those of the jaguar, though the leopard’s rosettes are smaller sized and much more largelypacked. Leopards that are melanistic, that is either entirely black or very dark, are known as 3/4
  • 4. black panthers. The types’ success in the wild owes in component to its opportunistic searching behavior, its versatility to residencies, and its capacity to move at up to about 58 kilometres (36 miles) an hour. The leopard consumes virtually any sort of pet it can easily hunt down and catch. Its preferred habitat ranges from rainforest to desert surfaces. Its ecological function is comparable to the American cougar. More information on South African experience at : http://southafricanexperience.com/cool-south-africa-wildlife-photography-conservation-images/ 4/4Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)