Monday, April 24, 2006

Orphaned cheetah cub rescued by wardens

Orphaned cheetah cub rescued by wardens

 

Reuters

NAIROBI, KENYA (Apr 24, 2006)

An unnamed and orphaned eight-week-old African cheetah cub licks its lips inside a special enclosure at the Wilson airport in Nairobi on Sunday.

 

The male cub was en route to the animal orphanage in the country's capital after having been rescued by wardens with Kenya's Wildlife Services in Mandera district, about 1,500 kilometres northeast of Nairobi.

 

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