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Week-Old Cheetah Cubs Adorably Spotted Taking First Steps Into The World

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Week-Old Cheetah Cubs Adorably Spotted Taking First Steps Into The World

The very first stroll on the wild side!


A week-old Cheetah Cubs were spotted taking their first steps into the world at the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The cute cubs, expected to grow and become the fastest animals on land were seen peering curiously towards a video camera lens.

Speed wasn’t on their agenda as the hairy creatures walked out slowly with a seemingly fearless behavior towards a rock.

A week-old Cheetah Cubs were spotted taking their first steps into the world at the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania

Paul Mahagi, 39, a wildlife photographer revealed the adorable moment, which saw the cheetahs taking their first strides was worth every hour spent at the National Park.

The cubs were seen peering curiously towards a video camera lens

‘I am very excited about how these turned out. I never knew I would get such a great expression. It was like they were saying hello to the world. The Cheetahs are very adorable.’ Mahagi, who spent hours in sweltering heat waiting for his moment said.



Expectedly, the cubs will reach top speeds of 70miles an hour and even over 30miles an hour faster than a giraffe once fully grown

Expectedly, the cubs will reach top speeds of 70miles an hour and even over 30miles an hour faster than a giraffe once fully grown. Weighing around 5 to 10 Ounces, the little fluffy cubs are equivalent to a tin of soda.

One of the week-old cheetahs opens its mouth broad, roaming throughout the rock on its very first trip



Birthed a week earlier, one of the week-old cheetahs opens its mouth broad, roaming throughout the rock on its very first trip into the world.

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