This year has been very successful and fruitful for the Mara cheetahs – 10 females raised 23 cubs to independence, out of which 13 males and 10 females! It is very encouraging news taking in account global reduction of cheetah numbers, where every individual is essential for the species survival. People cannot affect natural phenomena, which change the world, but can reduce their own impact on the environment hereby enabling nature maintain all its creatures. Being adaptive, cheetah is a very fragile species. Reduction of human disturbance assists females in raising their offspring, and we will make sure to continue doing our best to keep Mara cheetah population healthy and self-sustainable.