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The Tanzania Carnivore Conservation Project at the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) is funded by the Zoological Society of London and the British Government through their Darwin Initiative. It aims to build the capacity of the TAWIRI to monitor and conserve carnivores, with a special emphasis on Cheetahs and Wild Dogs, two threatened species of which Tanzania holds globally important populations.

The project has three data gathering activities:

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All change at Mukoma

Two new males take over the prime piece of territory

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Never too late

Two of our middle aged females introduce us to their first litters of cubs

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Look who's back

Two females reappear in our study area

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Boys will be boys

An update on the study's territorial males

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