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Three adorable cheetah babies were recently born at the Burgers’ Zoo in the Netherlands. But so far, the fuzzy trio is hidden from view, spending some undisturbed quality time with their mom.
Soon, the triplets will be vaccinated and microchipped by a staff veterinarian, and the vet will determine the gender of each of the cubs at that time.
Until then, enjoy this sweet face!
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