This Spotless Cheetah was photographed in 2012 and, according to experts, the last one like it was documented in 1921. The images were taken by wildlife photographer and artist Guy Combes at the
Athi Kapiti Conservancy in Kenya. Combes heard rumors of the cat and searched an area of 100,000 acres for days for a chance to photograph it. He managed to get within 50 meters of the animal and watched it for a while before a serval appeared and the cheetah took off after it. Wildlife experts believe that the genetic mutation that this cheetah had would help it thrive in the wild as other species may believe it to be a lion.