An unexpected thing happened one day while some people were exploring the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. They saw a group of cheetahs.
There was a river and they wanted to cross it. Cheetahs didn’t care about the fact that river was flooded.
Photographers Arnfinn Johansen and Buddhilini De Soyza immediately captured some breathtaking pictures.
Johansen said it was so difficult for cheetahs to cross.
“They hunt on both sides of the Talek River, [so it’s no wonder] they wanted to cross it. Normally, they would cross the river by walking on stones but this year, it had been raining for a long time and because of the flooding, it was very difficult for them to do so,” Johansen told Bored Panda.
Also he added that this whole thing was so dangerous.
“They were walking up and down the river for quite a while, searching for a place to get to the other side. Because of the strong current, it was really dangerous. Also, that river is home to the Nile Crocodile for whom a cheetah can be an easy meal.”
Johansen said that they were so lucky to get to the other side alive.