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 The Cheetah is the world’s fastest land animal, capable of reaching speeds over 75 mph, and 0-60 mph in just 3 seconds.

They are a member of the big cat family, which includes leopards, lions, and jaguars, and are native to Africa’s grasslands.

Cheetahs have a distinctive spotted coat that serves as excellent camouflage for daytime hunting when they prey on antelopes, gazelles, and other small animals.

Cheetahs are an endangered species, with as little as 9,000-12,000 remaining today.

We hope you enjoy learning about them!

Click here to read more in-depth about Cheetahs.

Here’s a video and picture gallery.

Here’s some fun facts.

Click here for an online quiz.

Here’s an article about a running robot, inspired by Cheetahs.

Here’s another article about Cheetah-like robotics.

This article helps us understand why Cheetahs are an endangered species.

This resource gives different facts about Cheetah anatomy.

This video explores more about why Cheetahs are so fast.

Here’s an interactive learning tool that comes with a map, facts, videos, pictures, and an e-card.

Here’s a multiple choice quiz.

Here’s a printable quiz about Cheetahs.

This video shows young Cheetahs learning how to hunt.

Here’s the Cheetah Conservation Fund’s website.

Here’s a physics audio podcast about Cheetah speed.

Click here to learn the classification of Cheetahs in the animal kingdom, and some other facts as well.

Here’s a short fact video about Cheetahs.

This video explains what makes Cheetahs so fast.

 Here’s a full length documentary about Cheetahs.

This video is about two young Cheetahs that were raised in captivity after the death of their mother, and their introduction back into the wild.

  Here’s footage of some baby Cheetahs.

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