The cheetah strides through the long grass in the evening in the outer Okavango Delta. We struggle to follow him, as he doesn’t seem to have a clear direction, and we lose him every now and again. The animal runs in a zigzag, stands still for a while, or rolls around on the ground, to get rid of the insects. After a while, the animal turns around and follows a route purposefully, taking him between some bushes to a water hole in the long grass. The cheetah lowers himself watchfully, and starts to drink. Every now and again, he stops, lifts his head and observes the surrounding area. Bathed in the warm light of the setting sun, he goes on his way. Suddenly, he starts moving more slowly. Some distance away, we spot a group of zebras with their young. Suddenly, he accelerates and races towards his prey, protected by trees and bushes. The predatory big cat has already disappeared in the growing darkness when we hear the shrill cries of the zebras and the galloping of their hooves.
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Cheetah at the evening water hole, Botswana. (Limited Edition)
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