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Wild cheetah stares down tourists on safari

Wild cheetah stares down tourists on safari

(3:59) During an amazing but tense moment on safari in Kenya, a wild cheetah comes face to face with tourists. Cheetahs are not usually aggressive creatures but can be dangerous during the mating season or if provoked.

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Guest: Beau Guest (2126 days ago)
These numpties are amazed that a wild animal should be so relaxed in their presence. Doesn't occur to them that there are more than twenty vehicles in their convoy, representing a fraction of the numpties that invade the animal's space every bloody day. Don't they have tellies?
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These numpties are amazed that a wild animal should be so relaxed in their presence. Doesn't occur to them that there are more than twenty vehicles in their convoy, representing a fraction of the numpties that invade the animal's space every bloody day. Don't they have tellies?
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glortman glortman (2127 days ago)
...and time to change your pants
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...and time to change your pants
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Guest: T. Urntheothercheek (2127 days ago)
Obviously not an islamic cheetah, not nearly aggressive enough.
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Obviously not an islamic cheetah, not nearly aggressive enough.
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Latest comment: What?!
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Latest comment: What?!
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Filmaddict Filmaddict (2126 days ago)
This Cheetah is trying to get a higher viewing point for prey and NOT interested in the tourists at ALL. The sensationalist headline of this particular video can be compared to The Sun! BTW, ALL wild animals MUST be considered aggressive at all times i.e. give them the respect and space that THEY deserve.
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This Cheetah is trying to get a higher viewing point for prey and NOT interested in the tourists at ALL. The sensationalist headline of this particular video can be compared to The Sun! BTW, ALL wild animals MUST be considered aggressive at all times i.e. give them the respect and space that THEY deserve.
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