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The Cheetah Im going to talk to you about the Cheetah Where it lives how it hunts how the grass helps the cheetah mating and what you can do to help the endangered species The Cheetah Acinonyx Jubatus is the fastest land mammal on earth capable of speeds of 60-70 miles per hour Cheetahs live 12 years 17 in captivity and mature at 20-23 months of age They are highly territorial A typical adult cheetah weighs between 80 and 140 pounds and eats about 6 pounds of meat per day They rarely drink more than once every four to ten days Native to Africa and Southern Asia this majestic animal has been relentlessly hunted for its coat and fewer than 15000 Cheetahs are left in all of Africa In the Cheetahs territory scientists believe that Cheetahs originated in southern Asia A very few can still be found there and in Asia but today most Cheetahs live on the vast plains of Africa There they have plenty of room to run and keep track of their prey At the same time the tall grasses provide the cover to hunt successfully Cheetah territory is also likely to include lightly wooded areas where the Cheetahs can rest safely and keep their cubs out of harms way The parry grass helps the Cheetah in several ways it is one of the best objects to hide in for attack on other pray It is also a good bedding source The Cheetahs cubs love to romp around in the grass for play and for practice for battle when they get older This is the best all-round plant and helpful one for the cheetah The Cheetah up close the Cheetah is one of the smaller big cats The largest weighs no more than 143 pounds and is probably 33 feet long from the shoulder to the root of its long tail Females are usually
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