A combo picture shows screenshots of the viral video.
Nature is beautiful and there’s nothing compared to the bliss of seeing it at its best.
In an absolutely adorable incident caught on camera, a little cheetah cub learns his hunting skills by sneaking around, leaving netizens in awe of his cuteness.
The video that has become viral has garnered thousands of likes and has been retweeted many times.
The video was shared by an Indian Forest Service Officer Susanta Nanda, with the caption: "Learning early the sneaking skills for hunting. Young Cheetah cub, still with the silver strip of fur called mantle running all the way down their back, trying to perfect the art of sneaking that makes them great hunters."
In the shared clip, it can be seen that two cheetah cubs with silver striped fur are practising sneaking skills.
The video has garnered over two thousand views and is being widely circulated.
Twitter users are exceedingly delighted and have flooded social media with their reactions.
A user wrote, "My kittens also do the same."
Another wrote, "India should get a few of these wonderful cats...."
A post read, "Just like any domestic cat."
"Wow...its amazing" a user remarked.
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