WINSTON, Ore. -- The baby cheetahs at the Wildlife Safari are doing well.
A team of experts gave the baby cheetahs a clean bill of health, and were able to determine that mom Liz is doing a great job at keeping them safe and well fed.
The cheetah shown in the video is the second cub, which is a male and is little larger and darker than the first cub. The sex of the first cub is yet to be determined.
The cubs were born on Monday, September 6.
The Wildlife Safari is trying to raise the cubs in as natural an environment as possible, so human interactions with the two newborns will be limited.
The two cubs still haven't been named, and if you want a say in what you think they should be named, you can add the Safari as a friend on Facebook and take part in their online poll.