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Watch the Richmond zoo ‘Cheetah Cam’

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The litter at two weeks old (PHOTO: Metro Richmond Zoo)

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – One month after the historic birth of five cheetah cubs at the Metro Richmond Zoo, the zoo has set up a ‘Cheetah Cam’ so you can watch cheetah cubs do… what cheetah cubs do.

“You are looking inside one of our 11 cheetah shelters at the very spot where the cubs were born,” zoo officials wrote on the zoo website. “Enjoy watching the cubs as they grow and explore their home. The family also has access to other areas not seen by the camera, including their large outdoor yard.”

Click here to visit the Cheetah Cam page.

The zoo has posted these highlights to its YouTube page.