The cheetah cub camera will be offline for a few weeks while the cubs are being relocated to a new part of the endangered species centre. Watch the site for updates as to when we will be relaunching the camera at the new site. In the meantime, please enjoy the highlight player below.
#CheetahCubsLIVE - What's Happening Now?
What you are seeing on the LIVE camera above is a litter of cheetah cubs known as "The Cubsters" at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC).
Salome, (our cheetah mother) gave birth to these 3 cubs on May 2nd. You can follow them here 24/7 as they grow, eat, play and prepare for their hopeful re-introduction into the wild. Cheetahs are by far the most endangered of the big cats in Africa. Breeding programs, like the one at HESC, are vital to expanding the cheetah's gene pool and helping to ensure the long term survival of the species. For more info about the cubs, real time updates and more check out the blogs below, Like Us On Facebook or Follow Us On Twitter.
Cheetah Cubs Birth - LIVE Baby Monitor
UPDATE - July 21 - Salome and her cubs are being moved to a bigger enclosure, the cubs are not being separated from Salome just yet. The reason for this move is to provide mother and babies will more space to roam and play as the cubs are growing up.Unfortunately the enclosure is too large for us to film in, but we hope to bring you another LIVE cheetah birth very soon, so stay tuned and make sure you are on the email list!