Cheetah brothers cheat the cold to add heat to their species in Zim
Jabari and Kumbe have been relocated from Canada to Zimbabwe, where the cheetah population dropped 85% in 2016
A mission to save Zimbabwe’s dwindling cheetah population in early February saw the arrival of two cats born in 2019 at the Hemmingford zoo in Quebec, Canada.
Director of the facility Nathalie Santerre said the cheetahs were chosen for their gene pool to help Zimbabwe’s struggling animals..
The brothers, Jabari and Kumbe, were flown to Zimbabwe and introduced into the wild at the 4,500-hectare Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservation park in Mashonaland East...