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    When a cheetah runs fast, it uses its tail to help it steer - like the rudder of a boat.

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    • Amber Crawford

      Hunts with speed rather than stealth. Found in Africa. Their tear marks shield the cheetah's eyes from the sun and make it one of the most deadly hunters in the animal kingdom. Cannot roar but can purr loudly.

    • John Christie

      ♥ Cheetah Leaping Through the Air [Photo by Chris Jones in June 2011] National Geographic is working to avert the extinction of lions, cheetahs, and other big cats with the Big Cats Initiative, a comprehensive program that supports innovative projects. Learn how you can help save these animals.

    • Donna L

      Cheetah Pictures - Cat Wallpapers - National Geographic#/cheetah-run_494_600x450.jpg#/cheetah-run_494_600x450.jpg#/cheetah-run_494_600x450.jpg#/cheetah-run_494_600x450.jpg

    • Pckg School

      Faster than any other land animal in the world, cheetahs are unique big cats that love to live life in the fast lane. Follow the link for some fascinating cheetah facts.

    • Ea EssentialAfrica

      Cheetah Leaping Through the Air Photograph by Chris Johns Unlike most African predators, cheetahs hunt during the daytime. When they spot prey, they can accelerate faster than most cars: from 0 to 60 miles (96 kilometers) an hour in only three seconds.

    • Shaina Van Kilsdonk;_medium=feed&utm;_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FQwbea+%28White+Wolf%29 - "Feline creatures have existed for millions of years based on fossil evidence. While many species no longer exist, today’s big cats include the tiger, lion, leopard, snow leopard, jaguar, puma and cheetah. The following article is a compilation of facts about these amazing creatures, the big cats."

    • Doug Andrews

      cheetah photos | Cheetah Pictures - Cat Wallpapers - National Geographic

    • Miranda Mai

      Big Cats - Wild Animals Wallpaper (34365394) - Fanpop

    • Lisa Lavender

      Cheetah and Big Cat Facts

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    A young cheetah explores its surroundings, practicing an elevation technique that will help it to hunt in the future.

    Cheetah beauty.

    Unlike a normal Cheetah, the rare King Cheetah. has spots that run together to form 3 black stripes down its back. This is due to a recessive fur pattern mutation. First discovered in Zimbabwe in 1926, this very rare animal has been seen in the wild only 6 times. They can be found only in a few remote areas of Zimbabwe and South Africa.

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    beautiful, know how to tell a cheetah from a leapard like this one is? The cheetah has two black lines running down from the eyes down the cheeks and is slimmer, sleeker looking.


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