Acinonyx jubatus

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  • Current listing status: Endangered
  • Where listed: Wherever found

Current Listing Status Summary

StatusDate ListedLead RegionWhere Listed
Endangered 06/02/1970 Foreign (Headquarters) Wherever found

Federal Register Documents

Date
Citation Page
Title
07/28/200065 FR 46391 46398 ETWP: 12-Month Finding on Petition To Reclassify the Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) in the Republic of Namibia From Endangered to Threatened
12/09/199762 FR 64800 ETWP; Reopening of Comment Period on Status Review for Cheetah in Namibia
03/19/199661 FR 11181 ETWP; Finding of Petition and Initiation of Status Review for Cheetah in Namibia
03/30/197237 FR 6476 List of Endangered Foreign Fish and Wildlife (proposed 3 Feb 72; 37 FR 2589)
06/02/197035 FR 8491 8498 Part 17 - Conservation of Endangered Species and Other Fish or Wildlife (First List of Endangered Foreign Fish and Wildlife as Appendix A)

Recovery

No recovery information is available for the cheetah.

Petition Title
Date Received by the FWS
Where the species is believed to or known to occur
Petitioner Name
Requested Action
Petition Finding(s)
Active
Petitions Document(s)
Cheetah, Namibia population (Acinonyx jubatus); Downlist to Threatened08/17/1995India
  • John J. Jackson, III, Counsel, on behalf of others listed
  • Republic of Namibia
  • Safari Club International
Reclassify: Downlist threatened
  • 90 Day Substantial on 03/08/1996
  • 12 Month Not Warranted on 06/28/2000
No
Petition Title
Date Received by the FWS
Where the species is believed to or known to occur
Petitioner Name
Requested Action
Petition Finding(s)
Active
Petitions Document(s)
Cheetah, Namibia population (Acinonyx jubatus); Downlist to Threatened08/17/1995India
  • John J. Jackson, III, Counsel, on behalf of others listed
  • Republic of Namibia
  • Safari Club International
Reclassify: Downlist threatened
  • 90 Day Substantial on 03/08/1996
  • 12 Month Not Warranted on 06/28/2000
No

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