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Cheetahs: Growing Up Fast

David Attenborough narrates the amazing story of a wild cheetah family, revealing in detail what it takes to turn tiny cubs into accomplished predators.

David Attenborough narrates this astonishing story of a wild cheetah family. A new insight into the remarkable lives of cheetahs - known for being fast, captivating and extremely elusive - is offered by cameraman Kim Wolhuter. For nearly two years, he walked alongside a wild cheetah mother and her young family to unravel in intimate detail what it takes to turn tiny cubs into accomplished predators.

59 minutes

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Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

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    Ominous Words

    Track Thirteen

Credits

Role Contributor
Narrator David Attenborough
Participant Kim Wolhuter
Composer Alan Ari Lazar
Director Robyn Michelle Keene-Young
Writer Robyn Michelle Keene-Young
Producer Adrian Bailey
Producer Kim Wolhuter

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