The world’s pretty messed up, so here’s a bunch of tiny-weeny cheetahs
If you’ve yet to fill your quota of daily spluttering over baby animals, this should tip you right over the edge.
A group of six newborn cheetah cubs have been unveiled to the public, having arrived at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, Australia.
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The cubs were born to mama Kyan and papa Jana, on June 6, in the largest litter the zoo’s seen to date (usually the litters are about two to four cubs).
They make a tiny, tiny squeak at this point, which is enough to make you splutter like a choking pelican at your desk. Read more…More about Baby Animals, Cubs, Cheetahs, Culture, and Animals
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