She gave birth to 8 cubs last November while the zoo management made the announcement on January 4 about the birth Photograph:( Twitter )
Saint Louis Zoo in the US announced a happy news Thursday -- their female Cheetah Bingwa created a record giving birth to 8 cubs.
It is a record for any Cheetah kept in captivity as the animal usually gives birth to three to four cubs.
For the first time in Saint Louis Zoo history, a cheetah has given birth to eight cheetah cubs. The cubs, three males and five females, were born at the Saint Louis Zoo River’s Edge Cheetah Breeding Center on November 26, 2017. Read more:https://t.co/Qt0lvX11Ou pic.twitter.com/zyZiiWFXfa— Saint Louis Zoo (@stlzoo) January 3, 2018
Out of eight cubs, there are three male and five female ones, as confirmed by the zoo.
The cubs were born in November 26 last year but the zoo management announced the happy news only today. They took to Twitter to share the news.
According to the announcement, the cubs are currently kept under supervision and are bonding with their mother in maternity den.
Zoo visitors will not be able to see the newborn cubs before a couple of months as they are not ready to be exposed yet.