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April 16, 2001
JUVENILE CHEETAHS SHARE A CHICKEN BREAKFAST DURING THEIR INTRODUCTION TO THE PUBLIC AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA...
Sydney, Australia
JUVENILE CHEETAHS SHARE A CHICKEN BREAKFAST DURING THEIR INTRODUCTION TO THE PUBLIC AT SYDNEY'S ...
JUVENILE CHEETAHS SHARE A CHICKEN BREAKFAST DURING THEIR INTRODUCTION TO THE PUBLIC AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA ZOO.


Two juvenile cheetahs share a piece of chicken during their introduction to the public at Sydney's zoo April 16, 2001. Bred in South Africa, the cheetahs are on a two-month loan to Taronga Zoo before relocation to an open-air zoo west of Sydney, where they will be be part of a breeding program with offspring destined for zoos in Austral and Asia. The word "cheetah" is derived from the Hindu word "chita", meaning speckled, a reference to the animals' spotted coat.
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