Cheetah Cub Cam at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., recently brought a video of the birth of a baby cheetah that is absolutely exciting for cat lovers,media reported. The Miami Zoo also released cute photos of a clouded leopard cub.
On April 8, local time, a five-year-old cheetah named Echo gave birth to four cubs, all captured on webcam. Thanks to the remote cameras of the Smithsonian’s National Zoo staff, people can see the cubs’ living conditions in real time over the Internet.
“I’d love to see the cubs that were just born,” zoo director Steve Monfort said in a press release. “
Yesterday, the Miami Zoo also decided to share some recent photos of their clouded leopard cubs online.
In addition, the zoo’s director of public relations, Ron Magill, shared more photos of the cubs on his Facebook page. One of them was filmed on February 26th, the day they were born, and the other was the latest.
The Miami Zoo is taking extra precautions against these little ones during the new coronapneumonia epidemic. Staff wear masks and gloves when working in their area. Earlier, four tigers and three lions at the Bronx Zoo fell ill after a photo of a man with a symptomatic infection with the new coronavirus.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature considers both cheetahs and clouded leopards to be extremely vulnerable. It is understood that this is Echo’s first birth, the Miami Zoo born on February 11 cloud edging is their parents successfully gave birth to the second nest of children, according to the zoo, they are currently “well developed.”