A cheetah has spots because the spots act as camouflage, helping the animal to blend more effectively into the grasslands where it lives. Not only is its fur spotted, but so is its skin. More »

Cheetahs have an average of 2,000 to 3,000 spots. The spots help cheetahs camouflage themselves in their habitats. Cheetahs have solid spots, unlike jaguars and leopards, which have open spots. More »

While cheetahs live throughout Africa, they are the most abundant in the grasslands of East Africa and the desert areas of Namibia, which is a Southwestern country in Africa. Cheetos can also be seen in various zoos and ... More »

Cheetahs live primarily in grasslands and benefit the ecosystem by keeping the animals it hunts at healthy populations. Cheetahs, when possible, hunt the weak and slowest of several species of animals. More »

The cheetah is a wildcat that lives in the grasslands of Africa and a small portion of western Asia. Perhaps the most notable fact about this creature is its speed. Scientists have clocked it at running up to 70 miles pe... More »

Cheetahs have an average of 2,000 to 3,000 spots. The spots help cheetahs camouflage themselves in their habitats. Cheetahs have solid spots, unlike jaguars and leopards, which have open spots. More »

Cheetahs are the fastest land animal in the world. They eat gazelles and other hooved animals, reproduce year round and are mostly found in Africa. Although cheetahs cannot roar, they can purr continuously. More »