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Name: HNP012
Gender: female
Location: Hwange Area, Zimbabwe
Status: Alive as of 2012, probably deceased as of 2021
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus

HNP012 gave birth to at least 2 cubs in her life.



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Name: HNP013
Gender: female
Location: Hwange Area, Zimbabwe
Status: Alive as of 2012, probably deceased as of 2021
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus

HNP012 gave birth to at least 3 cubs in her life.


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Name: HNP014
Gender: female
Location: Hwange Area, Zimbabwe
Status: Alive as of 2012, probably deceased as of 2021
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus

HNP014 gave birth to at least 4 cubs in her life.


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Death cases of identified Masai Mara cheetahs


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Mara-Meru Cheetah Project - progress report 2019
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Name: Thaba
Date of Birth: 2015
Gender: Male
Location: Rietvlei Nature Reserve
Status: Alive as of 2021
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus

Thaba was born in Shambala Private Game Reserve in 2015. He was translocated to Mount Cambedo NP because he escaped SPGR a few times which is bad for him and the humans that live near SPGR. In Mount Cambedo NP he impregnated 2 female cheetahs and attacked a cheetah coalition repeatedly; to avoid inbreeding he was moved to Rietvlei Nature Reserve. He is the one of the 2 cheetahs there with the other one being Njozi. Thaba is a large and magnificent cheetah.


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Name: Tano Bora Coalition
Gender: Males
Location: Masai Mara, Kenya
Status: Alive (as of 2021)
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus



The Tano Bora Coalition also known as the Fast Five Coalition or the Magnificent Five. The coalition consists of 5 males born to 3 different mothers. They are M58 aka Olpadan, M70 aka Leboo, M71 aka Olaretoni aka Winda, M72 aka Olarishani, M73 aka Olonoyok. Olpadan means “Sharp Shooter”; Leboo means “The one who is always within the team”; Olaretoni means “supporter or assistant”, Winda means “Hunter”; Olarishani means judge; Olonoyok means “The one who puts effort to achieve good results. This coalition was formed in 2016. The males mated with different female cheetahs such as Nora, Nashipai and Rani at different times. The coalition was capable of bringing down huge prey. In 2019 in a intraspecific fight between the males Olpadan’s testicle was injured. After undergoing treatment Oldpadan was weak and went from the most dominant member to the least dominant member of the coalition. Olarishani and Winda/Olaretoni became the leaders. Later Olpadan tried joining a coalition of 2 which consists of Mkali and Mwanga but had no success so he returned to the other males. In around mid 2021 Olpadan left Tano Bora for mating and ended up creating a coalition which would consist of 1 other male-Naibosho. Eventually this coalition of 2 fell apart; olpadan is now single and M70, M71, M72, M73 still form a coalition of 4 called the Nne Bora Coalition as of 2021.




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Name: HNP017
Gender: female
Location: Hwange Area, Zimbabwe
Status: Alive as of 2012, probably deceased as of 2021
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus


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Name: HNP018
Gender: Male
Location: Hwange Area, Zimbabwe
Status: Alive as of 2012, probably deceased as of 2021
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus


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List of Cheetahs Summaries Presented in this thread (Thanks @Acinonyx sp. )

Page 1 : Legolas, Shingo, Sidai (F4), Bhati Beast, Kushki, Kumbe and Jabari, Rani, Nolari, Nashula, Delbar

Page 2 : Sibella, Mr. Special, Siligi, Marita, Honey aka "Misha", Honey Boys (M1, M2, M3), Five Musketeers (Coalition of males)

Page 3 : Kisaru (Male), Amani, Malaika, VF001 (Female), HNP001 (Male), HNP002 (Female), HNP003 (Male), HNP006 (Female), HNP009 (Male), Mahamba, Kisaru (Female), HNP004 & HNP005 (Males, Coalition of 2), HNP010 (Male), HNP011 (Male)

Page 4 : HNP012 (Female), HNP013 (Female), HNP014 (Female), Thaba, Tano Bora Coalition (5 males, now 4), HNP017 (Female), HNP018 (Male), HNP020 & HNP021 and HNP022 (Coalition of males), HNP027 & HNP028 (Coalition of Males), Shadow, Bomba
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Name: HNP020, HNP021 and HNP022 (Coalition)
Gender: Males
Location: Hwange Area, Zimbabwe
Status: Alive as of 2012, probably deceased as of 2021
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus


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Name: HNP027 and HNP028 (Coalition)
Gender: Males
Location: Hwange Area, Zimbabwe
Status: Alive as of 2012, probably deceased as of 2021
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus


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Name: Shadow
Gender: Male
Date of Birth: 2014
Location: Samara Private Game reserve, now Rogge Coof (?)
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus


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Name: Bomba
Gender: Female
Location: Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
Subspecies: Acinonyx jubatus jubatus

Bomba means super, she got said name due to her being a good cheetah mother. She had atleast 4 cubs in her life.


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