03:23 GMT28 September 2020
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    New Delhi (Sputnik): The pandemic scare has confined people around the world to their houses. This year it seems that the time for vacationing got gobbled up by the coronavirus, leaving travellers craving far off places and experiences. But all is not lost. Here’s a little jungle thrill for you wildlife enthusiasts out there.

    Susanta Nanda, an officer in the Indian Forest Services (IFS) on Wednesday posted a video on Twitter that immerses you into 23-seconds of anxiety mixed in with some adventurous blood-rush.

    The video, that seems to be recorded somewhere in Africa, shows an intense chase involving the world’s fastest predator – a Cheetah - aganist the backdrop of tourists witnessing the incredible scene live from their jungle safari jeeps.

    A herd of Impalas - a medium-sized antelope found in eastern and southern Africa - are seen leaping out of the Cheetah’s reach, almost appearing as if they are flying.

    The Cheetah on the other hand is gloriously doing what it’s known for, a stunning sprint while charging towards its lunch.

    See for yourself.



    cheetah, wildlife, Africa, India
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