The ZOO has Cheetahs
6. January 2012
Prague ZOO has introduced the two young, not even two years old, cheetahs on New Year’s Eve.
They come from Nuremberg and are brothers called Kito and Kubango, they were born on 5th April 2010 to mother Kelly and father Turbo. They should restore the successful breeding of cheetahs in Prague ZOO which was interrupted by an unpleasant infection.
Cheetahs have been bred in the ZOO since the thirties when it was one of the first zoos in the world to start this type of breeding. Both youngsters will become a foundation for a new breeding plan. They are now awaiting the females.
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