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Cheetah by Mind Map: Cheetah

1. Behavioral adaptations

1.1. Yowling is an escalated version of growling, usually displayed when danger worsens.

1.2. Growling is exhibited by the cheetah during annoyance, or when faced with danger.

2. Marin cheetahs.

3. Adaptation

3.1. Structural adaptations

3.1.1. The spots on a cheetah help break up it's shape, and therefore helps it camouflage when it hunts its prey and hides from other predators. The gold is able to blend into the surrounding grass.

3.1.2. The "tears", or lines that run down it's face help lessen the glare of the bright sun

4. Reproduction

4.1. A female cheetah gives birth to an average litter of 4-5 cubs

4.2. Females give birth to up to nine cubs after a gestation period of ninety to ninety-eight days

4.3. Cubs leave their mother between thirteen and twenty months after birth. Life span is up to twelve years in the wild, but up to twenty years in captivity.

5. Scientific Name (Acinonyx Jubatus)

6. It lives in grasslands, savannahs, areas of dense vegetation.

7. The adult cheetah weighs from 40 kilograms to 65 kilograms .

8. The cheetah Inhabits most of Africa and parts of the Middle East. The cheetah is the fastest land animal—between 112 and 120 km/h and has the ability to accelerate from 0 to over 100 km/h in three seconds. This cat is also notable for semi-retractable claws.Thus, cheetahs cannot climb upright trees, although they are generally capable of reaching easily accessible branches.

9. King Cheetah

9.1. The king cheetah is a rare mutation of cheetah characterized by a distinct fur pattern

10. A Cheetah on the chase

11. Cheetahs prey on gazelles, rabbits, birds and other animals. (Carnivorous)