I usually don't like seeing any wild animals in 'captivity' but I think this was great. They're doing a great work here in saving the cheetahs they can, returning as many to the wild as they can and also educating people (local farmers included) on how to live with the cheetah instead of needlessly killing them. They even go as far as breeding Anatolian Shepherds with the sole purpose of giving them to farmers to help protect their livestock from potential predators - including cheetahs.
You won't want to miss this if you're in the area - and it's a long drive down a dead end road - but well worth it.
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