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Cheetah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) is a big cat in the subfamily Felinae that inhabits most of Africa and parts of Iran. It is the only extant member of the genus Acinonyx.

Cheetahs, Cheetah Pictures, Cheetah Facts - National ...
Learn all you wanted to know about cheetahs with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Cheetahs: Facts, Pictures & Habitat - LiveScience.com
Cheetahs are big cats, members of the Felidae family and closely related to bobcats, lynxes and pumas. These graceful animals are identified by their ...

Cheetah | Basic Facts About Cheetahs | Defenders of Wildlife
Learn about the size, diet, population, range, behavior and other fascinating facts about cheetahs.

Cheetah Fact Sheet - National Zoo
An estimated 8,000 to 10,000 wild cheetahs survive. Cheetah strongholds, where possible, must be connected to allow genetic interchange if this species is to survive.

Cheetah | San Diego Zoo Animals
Cheetahs hunt by sight. But before the cat attacks or even begins to stalk its prey, the cheetah watches a herd from a high vantage point like a termite mound or a tree.

Cheetah | The Wildcat Sanctuary
The cheetahs hunting technique has been adapted to suit its speed and agility ... between the African and Asian cheetahs, the King Cheetah displays a noticeable ...

About the Cheetah : Cheetah Conservation Fund
Built for Speed The Cheetah?s unique body structure, long legs flexible spine, semi-retractable claws, and long tail ? Read more

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