These adorable cheetah cubs are only two of the 40 babies from several species that can be viewed at the Cango Wildlife Ranch.
OUDTSHOORN NEWS - In 2013 Cango Wildlife Ranch has experienced one of their most exciting baby booms. A record breaking 40 babies have joined the larger family of animals since the start of summer, transforming the ranch into a nursery, filled with the adorable faces of healthy and playful babies and many happy mothers.
Among the new additions are ten baby springbuck (based at the Cheetah Breeding Centre), seven ring-tailed lemurs (to be found on the Lemur Island and Lemur Falls enclosure), four Polish chickens, three tiger cubs, three baby flying foxes, twin red-bush squirrels, two dwarf goat, two rare and beautiful radiated tortoises, two cheetah cubs, one blue duiker, one brown lemur and multiple whistling and yellow-billed ducks.
A visit to the ranch is well worth it, if only to acquaint oneself with the multiple other wild bird life such as baby peacocks and Egyptian geese roaming around the ranch.
Of all the animals born at the facility, a phenomenal 16 babies are a result of the ranch's endangered species breeding program. The young babies now have the important role of assisting in promoting the message of conservation.
Staff at the ranch are also waiting for their Forest cobra and crocodile eggs to hatch.
The ranch is open every day of the year so the opportunity to meet some of the new fluffy, furry and feathered additions cannot be missed.
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