Spot-foster: Australasian First for Vulnerable Little Cheetah Cubs and Their Carers
March 27, 2023
When a single Cheetah cub was born at Monarto Safari Park late in the night on Sunday 5 March, keepers were delighted but concerned.
This was just the beginning of a very spotty ‘tail’ that ended in an Australasian first for Zoos SA.
The female cub was born to seven-year-old Quella, but when particular big cat species like Cheetah give birth to one cub, called a singleton, they cannot produce enough milk to sustain their newborn.
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