Japanese Zoo Captures the Perfect Moment a Cheetah Gets Stuck in a Tree

Japanese netizens have found a new internet darling in the form of an adorable cheetah which unfortunately got itself stuck in a tree.

Twitter user Nekooyaji (@nanata35047722), who loves taking photos of animals at Tokyo’s Tama Zoological Park, recently posted a series of photos showing cheetahs having fun in their habitat.

He also captured the priceless reaction of the playful feline as it got stuck in the tree and uploaded the images on Twitter on Friday.

The images, which showed the poor cheetah trying to wiggle itself out of the predicament it was in, got the most reactions from delighted netizens.

Japanese netizens have found a new internet darling in the form of an adorable cheetah which unfortunately got itself stuck in a tree.

Many poked fun at its “derpy face” that most humans would probably end up with if faced in a similar situation. 

Japanese netizens have found a new internet darling in the form of an adorable cheetah which unfortunately got itself stuck in a tree.

Netizens expressed worry about the seemingly helpless cheetah but Nekooyaji assured his followers in the caption that the animal successfully got itself out eventually. As of this writing, the tweets have generated over 250,000 likes and 100,000 retweets.

Nekooyaji’s Twitter account also features other animals in their adorable moments:

Featured image via Twitter/nekooyaji

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