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 »

Cheetahs are one of the largest species of feline. They are mostly found in the wild in Africa, but there is a small population in Iran, and they can be found in zoos worldwide. They used to range across much larger swat... More »

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As of 2014, there are only about 60 king cheetahs in the world. Fewer than 10 are believed to exist in the wild, as the others are all in captivity. Most captive king cheetahs were bred at the De Wildt Cheetah Centre in ... More »

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Although cheetahs are one of the smallest species of the big cats, they are the fastest mammals on land with bodies that evolved for speed. However, the cheetah is also the most endangered of the cats due to habitat loss... More »

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The cheetah is the fastest land mammal and can run as fast as 60 to 70 miles per hour. This is about the same speed as a car on the interstate. Though fast, cheetahs can only run short distances, and they require up to 3... More »

There are no big cats or any other land animals in the world faster than the cheetah. The cheetah is the fastest land animal on earth. More »

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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 »