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Synonyms for cheetah

long-legged spotted cat of Africa and southwestern Asia having nonretractile claws

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There have been three women to take on the Cheetah mantle: Priscilla Rich, Deborah Domaine and Barbara Ann Minerva.
It was thought for a time that the cheetahs had been wiped out, until they were found to have retreated into the central desert regions.
Traditional means of establishing genetic relationships between cheetahs are invasive, time consuming and expensive, including DNA analysis from tissue samples such as blood, hair, stool or saliva.
Cheetah Mobile (NYSE: CMCM) and Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) said they have released a 30-second video PSA as part of their new joint awareness campaign, #SaveTheCheetah.
Male lions impose themselves on females but this is not possible for cheetahs," Rone'l Barcellos, the manager of the Abu Dhabi Wild Life Centre, said.
It is difficult for cheetahs to adapt to new habitats.
Our study found that whilst cheetahs are capable of running at exceptionally high speeds, the common adage that they simply 'outrun' their prey does not explain how they are able to capture more agile animals.
Fitted on three female and two male adult cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) in Botswana, the collars recorded a total of 367 running episodes, 94 of them successful hunts, the researchers report in the June 13 Nature.
In the UAE, she said there are "about 150 cheetahs in legitimate facilities".
Earlier in April, AfriCat saw the first ever cheetah cubs to be born in the Okonjima Nature Reserve since the establishment of the Cheetah Rehabilitation Programme in November 2000.
Among their findings, published in the Journal of Experimental Biology: Cheetahs used strides of 2.
If you have seen this shy spotted cat somewhere in the Zimbabwe bush let us know when and where, how many cheetahs you saw and whether or not they had cubs.
The reintroduction programme will see a total of 15 cheetahs -- five in each site -- being brought to the country.
They became interested in cheetahs during their visits to South Africa, where Gerry's sister Lesley lives, 30 miles from Cape Town.