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Cheetahs filmed in was called the triangle: - Never seen anything like it

Both safariguide Juan is Waiting and his guests had an experience of a lifetime, as they recently were on safari in Tswalu reserve in the Kalahari desert.

Here they saw three cheetahs, two males and a female, who was in the process of mate, while the four giraffes so on.

Gepardernes 'triangle' was however partially, without the consent, explains the 26-year-old safariguide:

- It looked as if they were beating each other, but it was two males who worked together on the same female, and both males tried to mate at the same time.

- I was empty of words. I just said to my guests that they should be at the filming, for they are never going to see something like that again.

According to Juan Waiting ended geparderne to seek refuge from the prying eyes of a bush, as they are very shy around parringsritualet.

Safariguiden can subsequently not get my arms down over this rare sight, he watched.

- I have friends in the industry who have been guides in more than 15 years, and they have never seen this happen, says Juan is Waiting, who explains that it usually only happens in captivity.

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