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  • Two Cheetah Cubs Make Their Public Debut

    At the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington D.C. These three-month-old cubs have been hand-raised since they were born via risky but unavoidable cesarean section. The zoo is planning to name the brother and sister after the fastest American male and female athletes in the 100-meter-dash of the 2012 Olympics.

    Summer Anne Burton a year ago 105 responses

  • Cheetahs Are Faster, Wyoming

    On Monday night’s Colbert Report, the Congresswoman from Wyoming (they only have one) said her state’s antelopes are the fastest animals in the world. Stephen, of course, disagreed. He said cheetahs were faster, and he’s right. According to multiple sources, cheetahs top off at around 70 miles per hour while antelope crawl along at just 60. Wyoming just learned something important. Read More ›

    Brian Ries 5 years ago 3 responses