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CarolAnnDenverCO

Cheetah mom in Tarangire National Park with young cub

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CarolAnnDenverCO

Cheetah mom in Tarangire National Park with young cub

May 2017

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CarolAnnDenverCO

Serengeti cheetah

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pomkiwi

Cheetah hunting (unsuccessfully) for Topi. OMC, Masai Mara.

 

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IamFisheye

I took this one on Friday in Namiri Plains, Serengeti

 

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penolva

Emani, daughter of Amani, with three cubs and two of the cubs running. Masai Mara September 2019.

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Game Warden

Well as today is International Cheetah Day, let's see your cheetah photos...

 

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Peter Connan

Let us hope that what this individual is doing is not what the species is doing...

 

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Tom Kellie

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Morning Surveillance

 

 
~ Photographed with a Canon EOS 1D X camera mounted with an EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II super-telephoto lens, hand-held, Manual shooting mode.
 
Masai Mara, Kenya on 20 August, 2014 at 9:12 am, ISO 100, f/2.8, 1/2000 sec.
 
 
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Beginning a game drive with a cheetah on a mound sets a high standard for the day.
 

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BRACQUENE

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BieneMaja

On Christmas, we spotted a cheetah that had just made a kill at 2:30pm in the afternoon in the dry Nossob river bed in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa. The traces of the action were still visible in the sandy riverbed. The cheetah pulled the springbok underneath a tree and then apparently had to rest after the hunt requiring lots of energy. It went to lie down next to the springbok and bit into it once, but then got up again to find a cooler spot in the shade. However, it was not really happy with all the spots it tried as it kept getting up, scratching in the dust, lying down again, and over again. After three hours of doing that, the cheetah was finally rested enough to enjoy the meal. It was very interesting to watch the behavior. The cheetah stood up, first pulled the springbok further into the shade, further away from the tree, seemingly wanting to keep it as fresh as possible shielding it from the burning sun. Then it started eating its early dinner – however carefully avoiding to tear the intestines which other predators could possibly smell much quicker than „only“ raw meat. Within half an hour, the cheetah had eaten a significant portion of the springbok and there was still not a single jackal to be seen.

 

 

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BRACQUENE

@BieneMaja

 

I don’t know if you have read my Kafue report and the cheetah kill in the Nanzilha Plains early in the morning which was almost as yours ; the cheetah resting first and only starting to eat after a few hours so tired it was from the hunt ! Stunning photos by the way 👍

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BieneMaja

@BRACQUENE thank you so much for the hint! I haven't seen your trip report yet, only the photos you posted in this thread. But thank you for letting me know about it! :) And thank you for your compliment regarding my photos, very much appreciated.

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ice

I uploaded this about a year ago at youtube. So far it has earned me more than 3.000 €. That was one lucky day

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Filip A

Naibosho Conservancy - Kenya november 2019

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Filip A

Mara North Conservancy - Kenya november 2019

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Filip A

Ol Chorro Conservancy - Kenya november 2019

Kisaru and her 6 cubs (approx 4.5 months old)

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