Cheetahs . By Garima Panwar. TABLE OF CONTENTS. INTRODUCTION BODY FOOD LIFE CYCLE FUN FACTS GLOSSARY. Introduction. Introduction
Cheetahs are mammals. They live in the African grasslands. Cheetahs are endangered animals. Before there used to be over 1,000,000. Now there is only a few thousand left.
Cheetahs run about 70 miles per hour (110 kilometres per hour)!
Cheetahs are wild cats with long legs. Black stripes near the cheetah’s eyes protects from sunlight
Cheetahs hunt in the day time. Cheetahs eat antelope.
Female cheetahs give birth to 3 to 5 cubs at a time. Females chirp to call their cub . Cheetahs live about 10-12 years.
Female cheetahs chirp to call their cubs. The name cheetah comes from an Indian word meaning “spotted one”
Endangered- too many are being killed or dying so there aren’t enough left in the wild.