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Cheetah Acinonyx Jubatus I chose to do my television project on the cheetah which I saw on the Discovery Channel Although I knew some interesting characteristics on the cheetah I did happen to discover some facts I did not know Those of which are written in the rest of the paper along with some facts I thought were pretty cool The cheetah is an endangered species and has been for quit some time This is mainly due to poachers who hunt and kill this animal for its illustrious fur of different colors Its coat is very coarse and a goldish color including some round black spots for camouflage It has tear strips running from its eyes to its nose The next part was surprising to me in that the cheetah is only 44-53 inches long On the TV they always seem bigger somehow And the tail is about 26-33 inches long Their average weight is 86-143 pounds surprisingly light for such a powerful animal Its low weight it seems is what allows it have its high top speed of sixty miles per hour It is regarded as one the fastest hunters in the world and of course the fastest land animal in existence I also found that its habitat is in the grassy plains of Africa This is definitely a great place for it to hide based on its coat color It is because of this combination of tall grass and camouflage coat which allows the cheetah to stalk and catch its prey These usually consist of gazelles wild boar or pretty much any animal it can handle However the regular range for its food is about 88 pounds The cheetah then drags the meat to its home away from prying animals and feasts on it immediately The cheetah is a very interesting solitary animal which I have always been interested in and was contented to research and learn many facts on this magnificent
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