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The Savuti Boys - Legendary Cheetahs

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africapurohit

When I saw these cats in 2006, three had become two as one of the brothers had succumb to a black mamba or cobra bite (I was told both versions). The Savuti Boys were some of the most famous cheetahs in Africa at the time but @@madaboutcheetah will know more than me. These photos were taken while staying at Savuti Camp, Linyanti, Botswana.

 

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Game Warden

Awesome. Who can guess how long it will take @@madaboutcheetah to click the like button? :)

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madaboutcheetah

Thanks ..... If my memory serves correct, they lost their brother in 2005. Indeed, held fort until early to mid 2008. After which two different coalitions took over their territory.

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Game Warden

Looking back at this old topic, who else remembers the Savuti boys? Does anyone else have photos? What news from the cheetah coalitions which took over?

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madaboutcheetah

GW.,,,,, no coalition in savuti/ Duma tau that stuck around long enough.

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