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A mother cheetah shakes the rain off her fur after a shower, soaking her six cubs in the Masai Mara, Kenya

kingdomy: “ A mother cheetah shakes the rain off her fur after a shower, soaking her six cubs in the Masai Mara, Kenya Picture: Paul Mckenzie / Barcroft Media ”

Volunteer with Via Volunteers in South Africa and check out our amazing wildlife in your spare time! Cheetah

I like to work very fast. Once I get an idea I like to move and get things done. However, this can be bad sometimes if I pick an idea too fast and dont let the whole brainstorming process take place.

A cheetah, the fastest animal, seen running. Cheetahs have been clocked at 110 miles/hour. They have solid black spots and black tear marks, looking like tears running down from their eyes.

A cheetah, the fastest animal, seen running. Cheetahs have been clocked at 110 miles/hour. They have solid black spots and black tear marks, looking like tears running down from their eyes. I love cheetahs!

~~UP HERE! The cheetah led her brood up a tree for a better look at the beautiful surroundings by Paul GoldStein/Exclusivepix~~

A cheetah tree! The cheetah led her brood up a tree for a better look at the beautiful surroundings by Paul GoldStein/Exclusivepix~~

Silverback gorilla protecting his harum.

"Silverback Gorilla protecting his harem: Gorillas in the mist ! Tribute to Dian Fossey dcd in 1985 to 53 years murdered in the forests of Rwanda . ethologist of his trade and dead for giving too much love passion for these great apes .

Baby Gorilla, Uganda by Tim Henshall: Half of the world's last remaining Mountain Gorillas on the planet are found in the Virunga Volcanoes of Uganda, Rwanda and Congo and the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda, one of the most biologically diverse areas of the world. #Gorilla

Baby Gorilla, Uganda by Tim Henshall: Half of the world's last remaining Mountain Gorillas on the planet are found in the Virunga Volcanoes of Uganda, Rwanda and Congo and the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda, one of the most biologically diverse ar