The Cheetah’s Hunting Strategy

The cheetah is carnivorous and thrive on fresh meat. He eats a wide variety of small animals and gazelles his best booty and impalas. Unlike other cats, it’s every day and hunt mostly in the early hours of the day or late afternoon. It builds longer term than the other way when it comes to prey. The beast is built for speed and that’s what it is based, during the hunt. This is a small cat weighs about 36 to 64 kg at full maturity. It kills its prey by suffocation. The trachea of ​​the victim input until it dies. Whether the prey is large or small, she eats quickly to avoid being attacked by other animals, and thus lose a well-deserved meal.

Cheetah facts creeps as close as possible to the desired prey. After about 50 meters from the prey, it will be full acceleration, which is more than 75 mph. These sticks never lasts more than a minute. For the most part, lasting about 20 seconds. Unlike other big cats, cheetahs can hunt more than 5500 meters to 72 km per hour. He has a big box, and use this space with an enlarged heart and lungs, which allows it to reach these incredible speeds. And ‘the fastest animal on earth.

Cheetah facts never eat carrion, or go back to kill. Do not eat the bones and the skin of his victim. The young are taught in six weeks and six months to hunt, the mother brings home live prey to kill them in practice.

The Cheetah’s Predators

Cheetahs are the most amazing animals. Built for high speed, Cheetahs are the experts when it comes to hunting fast, agile prey in broad daylight. Capable of reaching zero to one hundred km/h in seconds, these cats have evolved to develop a sleek and slim body that helps in their highly specialized lifestyle. Although the long, thin body allows Cheetahs to be fast, this also means that they are lighter and weaker when it comes to conflicts with other large carnivores including lions, hyenas and leopards. Larger animals do not miss any opportunity to steal their kill or kill their cubs.

Cheetahs face threats of others. The most important in recent decades have had conflicts with humans and habitat loss. With increasing human population and development in Africa, cheetahs are increasingly difficult to survive and be normal prey. Consequently, they go after the herds of cattle owned by farmers. This puts them in conflict with people who sometimes make the big cats go into retaliation.

There are a handful of Asian cheetahs in Iran too, and research is being done to keep them in their natural habitat. The need is primarily to better educate the natives, in areas where the Cheetahs coexist with people around the world.