It is rare Spot features the same species several weeks running, but such is the proliferation of cheetahs that I find myself in a tight spot (sorry). Mara Naboisho conservancy has several newly created crèches and particularly an only child case. This little scamp looks more honey badger than feline but is impossibly endearing and has clearly lost its siblings. Mother will have a tough task to bring it up to full adulthood but it is compulsive viewing whilst it lasts.
Valley Camp guests are indulging in this surfeit of cheetahs. This searingly paced high table is graced daily by a tapas of fawns and sub-adults, pretty soon the colossal larder door will creak open and a whole gnu hunting academy will begin.
Top work – Bernard and Mika, top parenting Nabor, Entitoand Kiraposho.
Oh and for good measure, just to show we are not being spottest, Mika conjured up a daytime striped aardwolf early in the day … and in the dictionary.