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  • You don't know that for sure.
    • Ketira
      Posted Aug 5, 2011 4:48 AM

      It could have been, but the article itself said that the cub's mother just didn't want to take care of him. This happens all the time in the wild; the weakest one is usually bullied out of the way and either predators or male cheetahs kill the weak cub, thus taking it out of the gene pool.

      Next time, read the whole article before spouting off, please. Besides, I think it's nice that the cheetah cub has someone to play with.
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