Even though they’re super speedy, and there are few animals they can’t catch, cheetahs rarely attempt to take on larger prey than gazelles or smallish antelopes. But on occasion, the predatory cats reveal a surprisingly different side. In the Northern Serengeti, a group of male cheetahs was discovered and turned all we know about them upside down. Males are usually loners or live in small groups, but here we have five male cats hunting together as one. It is actually the largest alliance of cheetahs ever seen.