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Cheetah - A Big Cat? Cheetah is one of the big cat species. Cheetas are unique and are very intriguing creatures. These felines are famous for their speed—their ability to sprint 120 kilometers per hour makes them the fastest living animals around.

Imágenes espectaculares de National Geographic Animales

Imágenes espectaculares de National Geographic Animales

picsofanimals: “Cheetah Photograph by Chris Johns The cheetah, holder of the animal kingdom’s land speed record, can run at more than 60 miles an hour kilometers an hour) and can reach its top.

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These eyes remind me of the eyes of Dr. They're very intimidating to many people and they symbolize the eyes of God. always watching you. < erm, where did Fitzgerald come from here?

¡Qué lástima que no nos mostraran esto en la escuela!

When a cheetah runs, it quickly rotates its tail to cancel rotational inertia and minimize torque. 23 GIFs That Will Actually Teach you Something.

The Law Of The Wild says "Kill ONLY when you are hungry." And they say humans are more civilized than animals...(La Ley de la Wild dice "matar sólo cuando termine tienen hambre." Y dicen que los seres humanos son más civilizados que los animales ...)

The Law Of The Wild says "Kill ONLY when you are hungry."

The Law Of The Wild says "Kill ONLY when you are hungry."(not my quote) The mother of these cheetah probably attacked and stunned this prey animal in order to teach her young to kill their own food.

Beautiful big cats: Leopards, Panthers, Jaguars, Lynx, Cougars, Cheetah and Pumas... you name it!  Follow @Animals :) via https://twitter.com/Animals

Cheetah running. They are amazing creatures. Their top speed is 70 mph. Cheetah cubs have a stripe down their back to resemble a honey badger. While sprinting, their strides can cover the length of a school bus!

The Flying Fox (Pteropus) is the largest bat in the world with a wingspan of up…

Meet the largest bat on earth: the Pemba flying fox. These bats are fruit and nectar eaters with an average wingspan of "Flying fox" does sound a bit less scary than "Giant bat".

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