Ndutu Safari Lodge is proud to be a supporter of the Serengeti Cheetah Project, a project that has been running for over 30 years in the Serengeti. Your photographs of the cheetahs you see on safari will help the scientists keep track of the Serengeti cheetahs.

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The researchers rely on photos sent in from tourists to help monitor the population and movements of the Serengeti Cheetah. Each cheetah can be individually recognised from photographs through its unique spot patterns, so a side view photo is best. If you send the Serengeti Cheetah Project your photographs, together with some basic information about where and when your cheetahs were seen, you will be helping to keep track of individual cheetahs across the country. In return, if the cheetah is known to them, they will tell you a little of their story and history. They are looking for information on cheetahs all across Tanzania both inside and outside of protected areas – so please send them your information, no matter where your cheetahs were seen. Send your pictures via email to the Project leader, Dr Dr Sarah Durant, Senior Research Fellow, ZSL., or visit their Facebook page.