Our first walk on the wild side! Week-old cheetah cubs are spotted taking their initial steps into the world at Serengeti National Park

Week-old cheetah cubs have been spotted taking their first steps out into the world at the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.  The adorable cubs, which will eventually grow to become the fastest animals on land, could be seen peering curiously across to the camera lens.  Speed was not yet on their agenda, as the fluffy creatures sauntered out slowly across a rock armed with a seemingly fearless attitude.   Wildlife photographer, Paul Mahagi, 39, said it was worth every hour he spent in the national park to see the cheetahs take their first strides out into the wild.  These adorable fluffy cubs were only born a week ago. Despite their small size the tiny felines did not appear at all fearful as they took their first steps out into the world  This week old cheetah opens its mouth wide as it saunters across the rock on its first excursion into the open world since being born Mahagi said he had across six days, spent hours in the sweltering heat hiding in a bush, waiting for his moment.  ‘I’m very happy with how these turned out. I never knew I would get such a great expression. It looks like he is saying… Read full this story

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