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Southern cheetah +

Acinonyx jubatus jubatus

Themenwelt: Afrika
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah
  • Southern cheetah

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Cheetahs are known to be the fastest mammals on land, reaching speeds of over 100 km/h in short bursts. Compared to other felids, they are relatively social and often seen in trios – although these individuals are usually related. Cheetahs used to be widespread across Africa as far as Central Asia and India. Nowadays however there are at most 100 individuals remaining of this Asian subspecies.
Status according to red list: Vulnerable

Classification:

Order: carnivores (Carnivora); family: felids (Felidae); subfamily: felines (Felinae)

Diet:

Specialized in hunting small to medium-sized antelopes

Habitat:

Predominantly savannahs and other scrublands; adapted to a dry climate

Reproduction:

Gestation period: 90–98 days; 1–8 offspring (4 on average)

Status according to Red List/ distribution area

Vulnerable (VU)

Status according to Red List:Vulnerable (VU)

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