The main body parts of a cheetah are the distinct spotted coat, dark curved lines extending from the inner corners of their eyes to the outside of their nose, and their slender bodies. When compared to the true big cats,... More »

As of June 2015, cheetah information is available on websites for the Defenders of Wildlife, the National Zoo and the Cheetah Conservation Fund. The Defenders of Wildlife website displays basic facts about diet, populati... More »

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Lacking appendages, snakes have simple bodies that consist of a head, body and tail. Additionally, some snakes exhibit a narrowing immediately behind the head, which gives them a discernible neck as well. Some primitive ... More »

Starting with the head, a lion's body parts consist of eyes, ears, nose, muzzle, whiskers and mouth. Moving to the trunk, a lion has shoulders, a chest, sides, an abdomen, an underbelly, flanks, a back and a rump. The ta... More »

The cheetah's habitat is mainly the open savannas and grassland areas in various parts of Africa. There also is a small population of cheetahs in Iran. More »

The Bengal tiger has many adaptations ranging from its camouflaged coat, its large eyes and strong muscles for capturing prey, its fur and warm blood to keep it warm in the jungle and its lungs and nostrils for oxygen su... More »

The cheetah, a large cat that lives in parts of Africa and Iran, is a carnivore and eats meat exclusively. Though it mainly eats mammals, it also eats certain types of birds, according to Britannica. More »