DUBBO, Australia (STORYFUL) - Six cheetah cubs born at the Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, Australia, passed a recent health check, according to the zoo.
According to a press release from the zoo, the cubs are now 14 weeks old and weigh between 6 to 7 kilograms each. Caretakers were also able to determine there are three female and three male cubs. The cubs can be seen climbing and jumping while staying close to mom, Kyan.
“Over the coming months keepers will introduce the cubs to more foods and expect to see them start practicing hunting behaviors, such as stalking and pouncing, as well as more play activity,” the press release said. The zoo said Kyan gave birth to the cubs on June 6.
(Credit: Taronga Western Plains Zoo/Guy Dixon via Storyful)