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A Cheetah Encounter in the Serengeti

“This is the heart-stopping moment a photographer came within inches of a young cheetah when it stuck its head through her sun roof. Australian Bobby-Jo Clow, 31, was on safari in Tanzania when the juvenile started heading towards her Landrover with his sibling. She snapped away as the young male dangled its paws in front of her face and smelt her hair before its mother called it away into the wilds of the Serengeti National Park. But not until Bobby-Jo, a full-time elephant keeper at a Tanzanian Zoo, had leaned forward enough to capture the perfect shot, causing the cheetah to hiss and bare its teeth”. – Caters News


The cheetah approaches the windscreen. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)


The cheetah peers inside the car to see who is inside. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)


The cheetah peers inside the car to see who is inside. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)


The cheetah on top of the safari vehicle. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)


The cheetah on top of the safari vehicle. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)


The cheetah sniffs the head of the safari guide. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)


The cheetah looks straight at the photographer while peering through the roof of the safari vehicle. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)


Photographer Bobby-Jo Clow with the Cheetah resting on the roof. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)


The cheetah looks straight at the photographer while peering through the roof of the safari vehicle. (Photo by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News)

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