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.
Look what comes to the aid of the impalas at the end, while escaping from the claws of the cheetahs 😌😌 pic.twitter.com/G5hATYPyC2— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) August 26, 2020