Acinonyx


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Related to Acinonyx: genus Acinonyx, Acinonyx jubatus
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T 2004: Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus feeding ecology in the Kruger National Park and a comparison across African savanna habitats: is the cheetah only a successful hunter on open grassland plains?
The status and conservation of the cheetah Acinonyx jubatus in Tanzania.
Fluctuating odontometric asymmetry, morphological variability, and genetic monomorphism in the cheetah Acinonyx jubatus.
Other highlights include ACINONYX earning black type on the undercard of the Preakness Stakes and ELITE WILDCAT breaking his maiden on turf.
Earlier research assessing carnivore kill sites were often limited to circumstances that allowed direct observation of predations such as cheetah Acinonyx jubatus kills of ungulates (Bissett & Bernard 2007) or indirect observations of predation events (e.
WHAT is the more common name for the large wild cat Acinonyx jubatus?
Four-year old, filly ACINONYX is pointed for the Skipat Stakes that follows the Preakness Stakes.
En el Zoologico de Montgomery, Alabama, se realizo una comparacion de varios tipos de enriquecimiento para seis especies de felinos (guepardo, Acinonyx jabatus; puma, Puma concolor; jaguar, Panthera onca; leon, Panthera leo; ocelote, Felis pardalis; tigre, Panthera tigris).
Carnivore Species Group group Species involved success success Mustelids (1) Enhydra lutris (1) 11 % 11 % Felids (13) Puma concolor (5) 46 [+ or -] 7 % Panthera (3) 17 [+ or -] 17 % tigris Panthera leo (2) 39 [+ or -] 14 % Panthera onca (1) 50 % Lynx (1) 61 % canadensis Acinonyx (1) 36 % 39 [+ or -] 6% jubatus Canids (2) Canis lupus (1) 31 % Lycaon pictus (1) 100 % 66 [+ or -] 35 % Ursines (2) Ursus (1) 90 % 83 [+ or -] 8 % americanus Ursus arctos (1) 75 % Table 2.
Se considero ademas a la unica especie de Acinonyx como subfamilia (Acinonychinae) con un genero y una especie.