- Tigers may be extinct within 12 years
- Amur leopards - of which only about 35 are thought to exist in the wild - may be extinct within 3 or 4 years.
- In the 70s and 80s, 18,000 jaguars were killed each year for their fur. The numbers are still rapidly declining.
- Half of Africa’s lion populations face extinction within the next 40 years.
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This makes me want to cry. Humans are disgusting. The majority of these cats are killed because of greed.
Anatol and I spent a lot of time debriefing each other on our research (as I had with Michael Stuhlbarg) and we found the relationship to be extraordinarily complimentary. Meyer and Lucky had different skill sets that made them a very efficient duo. Above all, Lucky and Meyer shared a trust, bond and common goal that lasted through their lives, which in my opinion is more rare than platinum in this world. They seemed to be soulmates in crime. — Vincent Piazza