Interesting FAQs About Cheetah

Interesting FAQs About Cheetah

The cheetah is a large cat native to Africa and central Iran. It is the fastest land animal. Cheetahs can run at 80 to 128 km/h. The recorded speeds achieved by cheetahs are 93 and 98 km/h.
  • What to do if a cheetah is chasing you?

    If the Cheetah spots you, maintain eye contact. Whilst maintaining eye contact, back away slowly. Do not run. If you run, the cheetah will instinctively chase you.


    Source: How to Survive a Cheetah Attack: 15 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

  • Are cheetahs friendly to humans?

    Cheetahs are not an active threat to humans and are rather docile compared to other wild cats. But, cheetahs are still wild animals, and you should never attempt to touch a wild cheetah. Source: GVI Planet

  • What big cat cannot roar?

    One big cat that purrs but can't roar is the cheetah. Biologists place it in a genus all its own (Acinonyx), simply because it can't retract its claws completely.


    Source: NWF