Mozambique: Preliminary Assessment of the Status and Distribution of Cheetah




Historically cheetah were relatively widespread in Mozambique with records from the north, west and southern parts of the country. More recently significant populations were only known to exist in the north west corner of Tete Province, and within and on the periphery of the Limpopo Valley and Bauhine National Parks. Previous assessments of population concluded that hunting cheetahs for skins had reduced its ranged within the country, as well as a reduction in prey populations. This assessment indicates that the population of cheetahs appears to have further declined, with recent records only reported from the north west of Tete Province.


CAT News Special Issue 3 – Cheetahs in Southern Africa






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