One of my favorite wild cats is undoubtedly the graceful cheetah. Unfortunately a new survey shows that the numbers of Cheetahs in the wild are declining much more rapidly than previously estimated.
We met a few cheetah mams with their cubs on the South African side of the Kgalagadi Frontier Park.
Can this unfortunate development be reversed in time?
Visiting the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa we encountered the graceful fastest land animal on Earth, the Cheetah. Being at the rim of extinction its a rare experience to see cheetahs in the wild.
Over the last hundred years their numbers dropped from hundred thousand to merely only 7,100 adult cheetahs remaining in the wild as they lost more than ninety percent of there natural habitat to human populations.
Wildlife Photography Of Grey World Nomads Traveling Around The World – Safari In Botswana!
After a hilarious play with her siblings, the cheetah cub looks at us as if she’d say: “Come on guys! What are you sitting there lazily in your vehicle. Get out here and play with me!”I took the photo during our memorable house sit of a Horse Riding Safari Lodge in Mashatu Game Reserve, Botswana.