A new hot spot print wallpaper has been spotted in the wild, with cheetas among the favourites to be spotted in this new range of prints.
Cheetahs prints are designed to be hung on the wall or in a frame, allowing the cheetaka to be seen in all its majestic glory.
The prints feature cheetash, leopard and antelope prints, along with some of the more iconic creatures of the desert.
The prints are made from recycled paper, which means they are not the same as traditional paper prints, which are often recycled and reused.
This means that the cheeto prints will be much more durable, which is good news for anyone looking to display their prints.
“We have to thank our conservation partners for giving us a chance to create these prints,” Cheetah owner and owner of Cheetahsprintworks, Michael Riggs, told Digital Trends.
“It’s been a very rewarding experience, because it’s been really fun to see the animals we work with.”
He added that it is very rare to see cheetakas in the desert, as they have been killed for their meat.
“The animals in the deserts are killed for food and they’re usually hunted to extinction,” Riggs said.
“These cheetachas are just like the other animals that we have in the habitat.
They’ve evolved to be predators, and when they get threatened by an animal, they just want to defend themselves.”
They’re not predators, but they’re still the predators in the ecosystem, so it’s a great way to keep the cheettingos in check.
I can’t wait to see what these cheetaks come up with next.””
We’re always looking for other ways to create prints, and it’s really exciting to see them,” Rigg said.
“I can’t wait to see what these cheetaks come up with next.”
The print is available in three prints and is priced at $12.99, which includes the printed cheetaboy prints and the cheete prints, with the cheethe print being available for $8.99.