Acinonyx jubatus. Photographed during a 1-1 photographic workshop in May 2017.
All 5 cubs are in this pile up. I watched for a few minutes, during which they switched positions and I could see that all five were there.
Acinonyx jubatus. Platforms of separate cheetah enclosure(s) in background.
This is a cheetah at the Columbus Zoo in August of 2015. It was my first trip, and it was so much fun.
First glimpse of the cheetah cubs this morning
Corsac Fox (Vulpes corsac) with South African Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus jubatus) behind.
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