Secret Service Has a Plan for Everything, Even Terror Cheetahs

A cheetah is pictured on March 22, 2013 at the private game reserve of French Damien Vergnaud in Inverdoom, 200 kms north east of Cape Town. Vergnaud runs a breeding program for cheetahs. At the beginning of the 20th century, an estimated 100.000 cheetahs were roaming freely in Africa and Asia to decrease to about 10.000 in the wild today. Photo: Christophe Beaudufe/AFP/Getty Images

According to the Washington Post, security measures for the Obamas' upcoming Tanzanian safari included a "special counterassault team" armed with "sniper rifles with high-caliber rounds that could neutralize cheetahs, lions or other animals if they became a threat." However, the safari has since been canceled. Back to the drawing board, Terror Cheetahs