A four-month old cub stands watch as Mom and sibling enjoy the rump of a freshly killed wildebeest.
This was observed by over a dozen safari trucks parked in a semi-circle about 30 yards away. Safari drivers share information about major animal sightings, and cooperate in “circling the wagons” to provide good viewing for as many as possible. The drivers’ overall concern is for the animals, and they will do nothing that may stress the animal.
The mother and her cubs hardly took notice of our presence.
Thought for the Day: To me, fast food is when a cheetah eats an antelope.