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Cheetah Metapopulation (Photo of Cheetah by David Swanepoel, Samara Private Game Reserve)

Posted by Corlia on Thu October 18, 2018 in Rogge Cloof Cheetahs.

Between 1965 and 2009, 345 Cheetah were removed from farmland in Namibia and South Africa. They were used to establish the South African Cheetah Metapopulation, a network of fenced Cheetah reserves throughout the country.
In January 2009 a decision was made to stop the removal of Cheetah from farmland and make the Metapopulation self-sustaining.

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Is it a stone...? Is it a fossil...? No, definitely not a stone, nor 'a' fossil, but rather, many, many fossil bones!

Posted by Corlia on Sun June 24, 2018 in Rogge Cloof Fossils.

One of the Rogge Cloof Team, Corné du Plessis, stumbled upon an incredible fossil bone-yard on the Rogge Cloof Reserve earlier this year. The fossil bones are spread over an area of at least 1500 square meters and is a spectacular sight.

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Rogge Cloof Cheetahs 2

Posted by Corlia on Tue March 6, 2018 in Rogge Cloof Cheetahs.
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A Last Goodbye

Posted by Corlia on Fri February 9, 2018 in Rogge Cloof Team.
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A Little Magic...

Posted by Michael on Thu February 1, 2018 in Rogge Cloof Conservation Blog.
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