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  • The Cheetah Or The Lion?

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    The Cheetah or The Lion? The area of the African continent south of the Sahara Desert is called Sub-Saharan Africa. Now close your eyes and imagine if you were sitting on a beach chair in the middle of said desert, imagine all of the amazing and unbelievable pictures that will draw upon your eyes. Sub-Saharan Africa is unarguably one of the most beautiful but also one of the most dangerous places in today’s world, home of two of the world 's most dangerous predators, the cheetah, and the lion.

  • A Summary On The Children ' Cheetah '

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    Page semi-protected Cheetah From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the animal. For other uses, see Cheetah (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Leopard. Cheetah[1] Temporal range: Late Pliocene to Recent Cheetah Kruger.jpg A South African cheetah (A. jubatus jubatus) Conservation status Vulnerable (IUCN 3.1)[2] Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Genus: Acinonyx Species: A. jubatus Binomial name Acinonyx

  • Informative Speech On Cheetah

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    Cheetah is one of the most detailed animals ever. The cheetah is the fastest land animal in the world, reaching speeds up to 113 km/h (70 miles per hour)! Plus, the cheetah's tail helps them stay up when they switch directions quickly, and also know that Charlemagne used cheetahs as pets to show off inside his palace. I am going to teach you about twelve important categories and those are: the cheetah’s name, anatomy/appearance, locomotion, diet, habitat and range, adaptations, life cycle/reproduction

  • Essay on The Cheetah: Built for Speed

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    The Cheetah: Built for Speed What animal do you know can compete with a sports car in a race? Take a wild guess. Cheetahs! Cheetahs are the best because they’re the fastest land animal. Also, they are fascinating felions and have many special features like no other animal. The cheetah is primarily found in Africa (D’Silva). They are made for speed. “Built more like greyhounds than typical cats, cheetahs are adapted for brief but intense bursts of speed (Smithsonian). In Africa, everyone head to

  • King Cheetah Research Paper

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    that have greatly reduced the cheetah’s distribution, (Myers, 1975). Cheetahs are adapted for life in open spaces, but are able to adapt to shrub and bush areas, if their prey is woodland dependent. When the open plains of Africa are used for farmland, the prey in those areas is pushed out and their numbers decline rapidly, negatively affecting the cheetahs in that area. The high percentage of juvenile mortality among cheetahs is one of the more impactful factors that is stunting population growth

  • Cheetahs: More Faster Than Any Thing In The World

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    Did you know that cheetahs 'are' more faster than any thing in the world. Cheetah bodies are made for speed there claws stick out for their toes. over short distances they run 70 miles an hour. A cheetah is the fastest land animals they can run 110 kph Which is as faster than cars can drive on the highways. They can reach its top speed in just 3 seconds. There are a handful of Asian cheetahs in Iran too, and research is being done to keep them in their natural habitat. The need is primarily

  • The World 's Most Dangerous Predators, The Cheetah, And The Lion

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    the most dangerous places in today’s world, home of two of the world 's most dangerous predators, the cheetah, and the lion. Two cats that come from the same species that have very different characteristics such as weight, size, and hunting tactics, but that share the same habitat makes me wonder which animal is more successful in his/her territory. Let 's compare the characteristics of the

  • An Inside Look at Cheetas Essay

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    Name: The scientific name for Cheetah is Acinonyx jubatus. The cheetah gets its name from Hindi word Sanskrit- Chita, the Hindi translation means Spotted One. The English translation is Hunting Leopard. http://www.thejunglestore.com/cheetahs/fun facts Description: Cheetah’s have often been mistaken for leopards; the cheetah is leaner and has longer legs. Their body markings are light golden color, covered with small round, black spots on the cheeks, forehead, neck and legs. Cheetah’s have

  • My Third Vacation Of My Family

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    :”as i’m cleaning my room the only thing that on my mind where we going for or third vacation”.’but at the other end my mom had a task for me to so i had to wait” This is my third vacation with my family. I love packing things so I pack the foods and drinks, and put it in the car so we can start going. My family and I got in the car, and started going vroom! Vroom! vroom!. My big brother blasting music in the car like he the man of the car. I got really annoyed to, but couldn't wait until we got

  • How Muscoskeletal Systems Affect The Running Speed Of Homo Sapiens & Acinonyx Jubatus

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    Juan Vielma 20368480 How Muscoskeletal systems affect the running speed of Homo sapiens & Acinonyx jubatus Why do cheetahs run faster than humans for short intervals but humans run for a longer time? The cause of this is because the cheetah and human contain different muscle fibers in their body. The different muscle fiber results in the muscles being used differently depending on the situation. In this research we will identify what the different muscle fibers are and how they work in each organism

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