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While cheetahs were once found all over Africa and Asia, they are now endangered in most of their original ranges and extinct in others. Fewer than 12,000 cheetahs remain worldwide. Although cheetahs pose no threat to human life, they are often seen as a threat to livestock. Persecution by humans, loss of prey base and habitat, and competition with larger predators are the major threats to cheetah survival.

While cheetahs were once found all over Africa and Asia, they are now endangered in most of their original ranges and extinct in others. Fewer than 12,000 cheetahs remain worldwide. Although cheetahs pose no threat to human life, they are often seen as a threat to livestock. Persecution by humans, loss of prey base and habitat, and competition with larger predators are the major threats to cheetah survival.

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