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Description Acinonyx jubatus
English: A cheetah in southern Namibia. He is urinating over a tree trunk.
Français : Un Guépard urine sur un tronc d'arbre. Photo prise dans le sud de la Namibie.
Italiano: Un ghepardo ( Acinonyx jubatus) nell'atto di marcare il territorio urinando su un tronco d'albero. Foto scattata in Namibia meridionale.
Date 18 May 2007, 16:19:04
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Author Joachim Huber
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English: A cheetah in southern Namibia. It is urinating over a tree trunk.
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