Suddenly the cheetah shot into the bush. Our guides went quiet and then began talking to each other. Finally, one turned back to us and said "We think they've made their kill - let's go see."
Off into the bush we drove and when we reached the thornbush, we could see and hear a cheetah chomping away on fresh puka.
Below is the 3rd brother who participated in the hunt, pacing nervously in our presence.
In Hwange National Park (Zimbabwe) we stumbled upon a cheetah who was a photographer's dream. He was conveniently waiting for us by the side of the road.
As we approached, he yawned.
Ambled over to a tree
Sharpened his claws and sprayed said tree
Then proceeded to hop atop a termite mound where he moved his head from side to side, pausing so that the most inept of photographers could capture a great shot.
Happily we each complied by taking at least 50 photos of that photogenic fellow.