It’s the middle of the day on the Savanna. Most animals are taking a nap but not Spot the inquisitive cheetah cub, he is up and asking Mum if he can go explore. He is the fastest in the family and keeps his Mum on her toes, in fact she can barely keep up! Fortunately for her Boris the bossy vulture soars high above, keeping tabs and ensuring he doesn’t get into too much mischief or stray too far from home! 😊
More about Cheetah’s…Cheetah’s are well known for being the fastest land animals who can reach speeds of up to 120km’s. But did you know less than 8000 now exist in the wild, whereas at the turn of the century it is estimated to be more than 100,000 roamed the plains. The continuation of the species is severely threatened by habitat destruction, hunting and even their own genetics as their reproductive success rates are very low.