Can cheetas swim?
Yes cheetas live in the amizone rain forest. in fact the live in rain forests all over the world.
i thank cheetahs are mammals
Cheetas are native to Africa.
baby cheetas or cubs
Cheats live in Polka parlors
it goes 100mph
cheetas,lions,and alot more
Lions, hyenas, cheetas, and leopards
average is 75-80 mph
elephants, cheetas, giraffes
Tigers. Lions. Cheetas.
Lions and Hyenas eat the kittens.
Usually hyenas, lions, and cheetas.
Their color and pattern of spots allows them to lie in wait in tall grass and not be seen by potential prey animals.
some people, cheetas, lions
lions,cheetas and snakes if they are close enough
african planes cheetas and friebds
The cubs have a chirping sound the adults are the same
Yes! Cheetas can't drive!!
yes. Pumas, Cheetas,panthers, and probley more
in large bubley hot tube! they chill out there!
Cheetas - & also on occasion cheaters!!
they are coyotes, wolves, humans, lions, cheetas, lepards.
Wolves, lions, cheetas, wolverines, lynxes and bears
really scared even want to kill them
Because there are too much cheetas
i will tell you they go dig a hole your sad dumb
Cheetas can run up to 120kmph (75mph).
Cheetas are usually orangey brown with black spots.
Nprmally just one, sometimes two
No, they live on the African savannah where they have plenty of room to run.
Baby lions, tigers, panthers, cheetas, jagures
Daytime, because cheetas are not nocturnal.
cheetas actually stay where they are but they hibernate during the winter
No, cheetas do not live in the rainforest. They live in grasslands such as the savannas of Africa.
They usually begin with the hindquarters and work their way to the head.
*Wolfs *Coyotes *Bears *Tigers *Lions *Cheetas ... :)
frogs, rabbits,kangaroos, cheetas, and human are some animals that can hop.
They have a lot of predators, mainly lions, crocodiles, hyenas, leopards, and cheetas
dogs lions cheetas cats monkeys and bush babies.
leopards do not eat the same food as cheetas.
They are bertabrates. They have a backbone like all mammals. Hope this helps!
Develop the rare Psychological disorder Lycanthropy in an area in which cheetas live.
Extremley Fast! Cheetas are about as fast as a average speed on a car.
Natural selection acts on variation by picking out from a population's gene pool those that are more fit to survive. More variation leads to more natural selection. For example, currently endangered cheetas are found out to have less genetic variation than other animals. As a result, if a disatrouous event occured, there are no genes that could help the cheetas survived. Thus, natural selection prevent the cheetas from reproducing as a population and they become… Read More