Cheetahs make wonderful mothers, caring for their young until they reach adulthood, and teaching them how to hunt and survive in the bush. Have you ever seen a cheetah coalition in action? What about a cheetah mom fending off a couple of hyenas? If you want to see the fastest animal on land learn the tricks of the trade, stick around, as we count down 15 curious cheetah cubs trying to hunt.
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Our first cubs are orphans, and a cheetah expert is supervising them, but when the young cheetahs decide to take on an adult zebra, he becomes worried. Adult zebras are strong and can kick out with their hind legs, enough to slow down a lion, so just imagine what it can do to a young cheetah. They make a go of it and although there are a few foals in the area, they take on the heavyweights. But besides a few quick sprints, the cheetahs amount to absolutely zilch. These younger cheetahs chase a smaller zebra this time in the Masai Mara, and they make the kill. However, if you notice, it took five cheetahs to be successful. These zebras are able to get away from a cheetah on their trail. They’re still looking around to make sure they’re not ambushed. Here they go, a couple of cheetahs taking down a zebra. One cheetah mounts the zebra’s back, and the others join in. That’s how it’s done in cheetah country ladies and gentlemen. One for all and all for one!
As it chases a herd of wildebeest, this cheetah seeks to isolate one of the newborn calves. In a frenzy, the wildebeest disperse and flee in all directions, leaving a small calf susceptible to predation. The cheetah hunts down the calf and kills it. The cheetah isn’t a big cat, but it’s incredibly fast, thus the issue for this speedster isn’t catching its prey, but bringing it down, especially because cheetahs usually hunt alone. Two male cheetahs hunt a wildebeest in this video, which takes place during the big wildebeest migration, and it doesn’t make the hunt any easier. The wildebeest is a formidable opponent, and the cheetahs must use all their strength to bring it down without injuring themselves. They do it in the end and enjoy their supper. After a good kill, this mother cheetah cries out to her children, inviting them to join her for dinner. The four cubs dash to the kitchen table for a bite to eat. When one of the cubs inquires about dessert, the mother tells him to shut his trap and be happy with what he has. Max and Mauritz, two cheetah brothers, have been on the Harnas life-line soft-release program since September 2011. They’ve been successful hunters, as they’ve been tracked and discovered with prey on most days. In this video, Mauritz is captured on camera killing a wildebeest for the first time. The two brothers are getting closer to full release where they will never be fed by humans again, thanks to their hunting accomplishments.