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Cheetahs spotted ‘having a THREESOME’ at South Africa wildlife reserve

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Two male cheetahs were filmed mating with the same female in a rare sighting on a wildlife reserve.

A group of tourists were able to capture the rare sighting in the Kalahari Desert with four giraffes also nearby.

Not only is the sexual behaviour itself rare but cheetahs are considered quite shy when mating.

The footage, taken at Tswalu reserve in South Africa, captured the moment both male cheetahs pinned the female to the ground.

The female tries to get free but one male sinks his teeth into the back of her neck to hold her in place.

Both males then jostled to get on top before the female fought them off.

Juan Venter, who captured the rare scene on video, at first thought they were fighting but soon realised that both males were trying to mate at the same time.

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The 26-year-old told Mail Online: “I just told my guests to keep on filming because they will never see this again.

“The cats ended up crawling into a bush hiding, as cheetah are incredibly shy when mating and we didn’t want to bother them as, you need to respect nature.

“I have friends in the industry that have been guiding for more than 15 years and they have never seen this happen.”
He said that he does not think he will ever see it in the wild again.

The Tswalu Kalahari Reserve is a privately owned game reserve in the Northern Cape of South Africa.

It is South Africa’s largest private game reserve, covering an area of over 114,000 hectares.

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