Cheetahs are generally solitary creatures...they live a lonely life with the exception of male brothers coalitions...male brother cheetahs prefer to stay united, to establish their own territory, to hunt together and of course to share...the females. Their cooperation during hunting is absolutely lethal...usually the first brother leads the prey to the second one which waits at the opposite direction, performing this way a perfect ambush...the results are impressive, much higher killing rates than single cheetahs can ever imagine. Watch out their bellies....is there any better proof?
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Cheetahs are generally solitary creatures...they live a lonely life with the exception of male brothers coalitions...male brother cheetahs prefer to stay united, to establish their own territory, to hunt together and of course to share...the females. Their cooperation during hunting is absolutely lethal...usually the first brother leads the prey to the second one which waits at the opposite direction, performing this way a perfect ambush...the results are impressive, much higher killing rates than single cheetahs can ever imagine. Watch out their bellies....is there any better proof?
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Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
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