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    Cheetah brothers scouting out a pack of impalas during the late afternoon. We found these brothers sitting on a termite hill surveying their domain. Cheetahs often sit on termite hills since they are the highest point available to watch for prey. They then strolled down this grassy hill keeping low in the grass. They sat here for 15 minutes watching their prey looking for the weakest or slowest.
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    Date Uploaded: Sep 25, 2017
    Location: Manyeleti, Limpopo, South Africa
    Copyright: © K. Wong
    Categories: Animals, Nature
    Contests: 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year