Maasai Mara is full of surprises. About once a quarter, we meet a new cheetah: adolescents or adults looking for mates. Some come from unprotected areas bordering Maasai Mara or from the Tanzania. About two months ago, a pair of young shy males appeared in the Reserve on the border with the Serengeti. After spending more than a month at the Sand River area, they began to explore the territory, and by the end of September reached the middle of the reserve – Keekorok. Walking in the direction of the Hammerkop, they risked being driven away by a bigger coalition – the Fast Five. However, these young males have chances to settle down in the Greater Mara.