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Living in an area where we think coyotes, red fox and deer are true wildlife, this was a real eye-opener! The photos are beautiful and I did not know that about the cheetahs being an endangered species. Just wondering, how close were you to the cheetahs? Did it take a while to capture these photos? Although obviously not the case, the photos make it look like you were, well, side-by-side to this stunning animal!
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Awesome wildlife photography and thanks for spreading the word about the dangers this species faces !
Oh yes, endangered they have been for long now! This is mostly because the cubs have a high mortality rate coupled with the decline in pray and loss of habitat.
Amazing pictures by the way. These beasts were coming out of the screen here! 😀
Great post, guys. I had NO idea the cheetah was endangered. Usually, it’s the likes of polar bears, rhinos, tigers and elephants that are talked about, but not cheetahs. I hope something is done to save them. It’s sad to think of all the animals that risk becoming extinct in my lifetime.
Aww…in the first two photos the Cheetah looks so innocent. Well, only in photos. Yet another beautiful capture!
You are so right. When you see them, they seem so harmless, like you could almost step out of the truck and give them a snuggle. And then you remember…these guys are fierce!
Seriously, these photos are perfection!
Thank you Andi. We were very lucky to be able to watch this cheetah for a very long time.
Amazing creature!! The black and white photo is just stunning!
Dave said to me that this photo is just screaming to be processed in Black and White.
They are beautiful animals aren’t they? You got some great shots! I was lucky enough to see a cheetah with three cubs in Serengeti, Tanzania. It was a wonderful moment.
That is amazing Dean. I would be awesome to see some cubs. They are so cute. We haven’t been on safari in Tanzania yet, but definitely want to visit the Serengeti.
These are incredible photos of such a graceful animal – thanks for sharing them, and the message that they need to be protected. My daughter (Chloe, 8) is an avid animal fan, and is currently trying to raise awareness of the plight of the endangered big cats (tigers in particular, although she told me her second favourite is the cheetah.)
That is wonderful Sara. Yes, I think the tigers are the most endangered cat out there. I’m not an expert, but I think that the cheetah is second most endangered. So sad, these animals are so majestic and beautiful. It is wonderful that children are getting involved at a young age. It is their generation that will truly make change.
Amazing photos! Keep them coming. 🙂
Thanks Lynn, did you manage to download any of them? We’re giving the big 5 and a cheetah away all week!
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