Cheetahs Kisaru, Busara and Hyena

Learning how to identify a danger and to behave accordingly is a part of survivor strategies in all animal species. These strategies cheetah cubs learn from their mother’s behavior. Kisaru and Busara – Amani’s daughters spent enough time with their experienced mother and learnt that single hyena does not pose a danger if they don’t have a kill. For a young hyena, two resting cheetahs and a few vehicles at a distance could be a lure for checking if they had a kill. Most of the encounters of the both species end up peacefully if there is nothing for hyena to seize.