Zoo's cheetah brothers run wild in honor of International Cheetah Day

12/5/2013 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

The Houston Zoo's cheetah brothers Kito and Kiburi ran free inside the Houston Sports Park on Wednesday to help draw attention to the plight of cheetahs, a species with an estimated 10,000 remaining wild members. Kiburi was clocked running 42 miles per hour, slower than the 70 mph the animals can reach in the wild, said the zoo's carnivore supervisor Sarah Riger.

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