Watch Newborn Baby Cheetahs With This Adorable Web Cam

If you’ve followed my site for any length of time, you know how much I love web cams! They are a true window to the world and enable people to view life unfold in ways that otherwise wouldn’t be possible. It’s one thing to watch a recorded video, but another to watch life happen in real time. You’ll find plenty of news coverage of live streaming videos and web cams on my site and I came across one that is so adorable, I wanted to point it out to you. 

The live cam is from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia and monitors mother cheetah, Rosalie who gave birth to five cheetah cubs on October 12, 2021. The live webcam offers two feeds from both of the dens Rosalie frequents with the cubs.

The cheetah cub cam isn’t embeddable so you must click on the previous link and visit the site directly. 

Here are social media links where you can follow Rosalie and her five cubs latest news and updates.

Cheetah Cubs Latest News

Smithsonian National Zoo on Facebook

Smithsonian National Zoo on Instagram

Smithsonian National Zoo on Twitter

You may see a video of Rosalie as she gave birth to her cheetah cubs below.

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Charisse Van Horn is an artist, poet, and freelance writer.