Cheetahs Spotted Having Threesome While Pervy Giraffes Try And Get A Look

As humans we have the luxury of bedrooms and, well, privacy when it comes to getting down and dirty.

I mean, obviously it’s a personal choice where you choose to have sex but the option of a bedroom is always there.

Which is more than can be said for animals in the wild, who I presume aren’t too bothered about getting intimate outside. And judging from the video I’m about to show you, they really aren’t. Bothered, that is.

Rare footage has emerged of cheetahs having what appears to be a threesome in the wild, while a group of giraffes try their hardest to get a closer look.

As reported by Latest Sightings, the footage was taken at Tswalu Kalahari reserve in the Northern Cape, South Africa.

A group of visitors heard some commotion coming from the direction of the cheetahs and expected to see them fighting. But the large cats had other, more pressing, issues on their minds.

You can take a look at the frisky cheetahs below:

It’s the giraffes that get me. One minute they’re walking with purpose towards their destination, the next they’re like: ‘Hang on a minute, what’s going on down there?’

Hilarious. Juan Venter was in charge of guiding a group in the reserve when the footage was taken, and he said his heart ‘bounced’ out of his chest when he realised what was going on.

The 26-year-old told Latest Sightings:

When we arrived at the scene, we heard a lot of shouting and screaming and it looked like they were fighting but it was 2 males in a coalition on the same female with both males trying to mate at the same time.

This was the reason for all the noise. When I realised what was busy happening my heart bounced out of my chest.

The guide continued:

I had no words. I just told my guests to keep on filming because they will never see this again.

After their ‘session’, the cheetahs crawled into a bush to hide as Juan explained they are ‘incredibly shy’ when mating and the group didn’t want to bother them.

The 26-year-old expressed how lucky he felt to witness the moment, as he has friends that have been doing the job for more than 15 years who have never seen this happen.

Juan went on to explain that such a sighting is extremely rare. So rare, in fact, that he doubts he’ll ever see anything like it again.

He said:

As for me, it’s possibly the first and the last time that I will ever see something like this again. The only time this is seen, is in captivity. I almost want to say that the chance of seeing a pangolin is better than to see this happening.

This experience had a big impact on my career as I have seen many rare things but personally, this became for sure number one on my personal bests.

Amazing.

Bet those giraffes are gutted their show ended prematurely though, the lil pervs.

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