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The cheetah reach speed of 68 mph, making it the fastest land mammal in the world. It has nonreturnable claws (unlike those of other cats), which provide it with better traction when it runs on soft ground.
The cheetah prays on many animals. The animals share its habitat including gazelles, gnus, antelopes and warthogs. Because maybe it doesn’t have a habitat of its own.
Carnivores are meat eaters like tigers,cheetahs and even human they eat a lot of meat and other animals they even sometimes when there is nothing to eat they eat there own kind because they are to hunger so they will eat even tigers.
It needs to eat zebras, moose, and sometimes tigers. It chases dears,zebras,moose,peaple and tigers. Just to catch his dinner is to be hiding and when is dinner comes he jumps up he eat him. And finally when he/she gets baby's it shares food with them. Growling Camufloug
The cheetah can reach speeds of sixty-eight miles (110 km) per hour, making it the fastest mammal in the world. It has non-retractable claws (unlike those of other cats), which provide it with better traction when it runs on soft ground. Unlike most large cats, which hunt by ambush, the cheetah chases its prey at high speed, using its tail as a stabilizer, especially when making tight turns. It preys on many of the animals that share its habitat, including gazelles, gnus, antelopes, and warthogs.
The males often live in small groups; the females are solitary, meeting up with males only to mate. Once hunted for its spotted coat, the cheetah is now protected. However, poaching and habitat destruction continue to threaten it.
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