Watch: Three Playful Cheetahs And One Unlucky Cameraman!
Photo Cred: The Cheetah Family & Me | BBC Earth

After following the cubs nearly their whole lives, Gordon Buchanan may not seem as scary as the Cheetahs first thought… so now is the perfect chance to get a little playful!


South Africa (20 August 2022) – Three Cheetah cubs decided to have a playful time with a wildlife filmmaker who had been documenting them their entire lives.

Renowned wildlife filmmaker Gordon Buchanan walks with wild cheetah families to try to understand their future in Africa. Cheetahs are the fastest land predators on Earth. In this eye-opening documentary, wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan captures a more vulnerable side to these formidable felines.

“In a new twist, Gordon follows wild South African cheetah families on foot. He experiences first-hand the emotional and thrilling battle these predators face if they’re to survive the natural and human-caused dangers in the spectacular Kalahari wilderness.”

In the clip from the new BBC series, one Cheetah cub takes his jacket, another takes his camera, and the last takes his bag. Good grief, this is adorable.

Watch the clip here:

You can watch “The Cheetah Family & Meon BBC Earth right now!

Sources: BBC Earth | The Cheetah Family And Me 
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