Endangered cheetahs snapped in award-winning photos

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A group of cheetah cubsImage source, Andy Howe
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A group of cheetah cubs in the Maasai Mara, Kenya

Charity picture book series Remembering Wildlife has announced the 10 winners of its cheetah photography competition.

The winners were picked from more than 2,400 entrants, with the winning images showing cheetahs in Kenya, Namibia, Tanzania and South Africa.

The images will be published in the book Remembering Cheetahs in October this year, alongside images donated by world-leading wildlife photographers. Competition entry fees will be distributed to cheetah-protection projects in Namibia and Kenya.

With slightly more than 7,000 cheetahs left in the wild, Remembering Wildlife aims to create awareness of the threats to wildlife.

The winning images include the top photo and the pictures below.

Image source, Sue Morris
Image source, Dee Roelofsz
Image source, Fred Vogt
Image source, Bob Keyser
Image source, Ben Cranke
Image source, Benoit Bussard
Image source, Bertus Venter
Image source, Francesco Veronesi
Image source, Vicki Jauron

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