|Alan Robert Rabinowitz|
Rabinowitz at the PopTech 2010
|Born||December 31, 1953|
Brooklyn, New York
|Died||August 5, 2018 (aged 64)|
Manhattan, New York
|Alma mater||Western Maryland College|
University of Tennessee
|Known for||Wildlife conservation|
Jaguar Corridor concept
|Awards||International Wildlife Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award (2008)|
Alan Robert Rabinowitz (December 31, 1953 – August 5, 2018) was an American zoologist. He was the chief scientist at Panthera Corporation, a nonprofit conservation organization devoted to protecting the world's 40 wild cat species. He was called the "Indiana Jones of Wildlife Protection" by Time. He studied jaguars, clouded leopards, Asiatic leopards, tigers, Sumatran rhinos, bears, leopard cats, raccoons, and civets.
References[change | change source]
- "International Wildlife Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Awards". Archived from the original on 2012-01-10.
- Statement on the Life and Legacy of Panthera Founder and Renowned Conservationist, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz
- Matthew Bannister (2010-11-16). "A life devoted to big cats". BBC World Service, 24-minute interview on "Outlook". Retrieved 2010-11-16.
- Walsh, Bryan (2008-01-10). "The Indiana Jones of Wildlife Protection". Time.
- Conjour. "Dr Alan Rabinowitz, Panthera Co-Founder, Has Died". Conjour. Retrieved August 6, 2018.