The tourists come face-to-face with the wild cheetah group as one climbs into safari vehicle

Near encounters with wild and dangerous animals must be an environmental expert’s dream come true, although certainly not as close as this Irish visitor got.

During a trip to Kenya’s Masai Mara region, the man was taken aback when an adolescent wild cheetah cat approached too near for safety.

The tourists come face-to-face with the wild cheetah group as one climbs into safari vehicle

Mickey McCaldin of Irish origin, was on a vacation when the team of cars encountered Masai Mara’s most renowned cat pair.

Everybody was appreciating the gorgeous animals, and some of these went a little too near.

Several of the cheetahs were unconcerned about the human habitation and hopped into an automobile.

Although, one of those was more interested and climbed directly into the back seat of the truck.

The tourists come face-to-face with the wild cheetah group as one climbs into safari vehicle

Despite the fact that cheetahs appear to be nice, they are fearless predators and may be highly lethal.

As a result, you can imagine what your behavior would have been if you came in contact with that kind of terrible beast.

In conclusion, McCaldin, whose been seated there, really can not find his responses anymore.

The tourists come face-to-face with the wild cheetah group as one climbs into safari vehicle

David Horsey, a close associate of McCaldin’s who was seated in the front of him, captured the scene on camera.

Despite what appeared to McCaldin to be a lifetime, the cheetah exited the truck after only a few seconds.

The wild cats then stared at the visitors and guests from a safe distance before disappearing into the background.

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