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cheetah

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With cheetahs, the female decides whether she will mate with a male or not.
There is now a major challenge for one of the main habitats of the cheetah in Iran, the Bafq Protected Area, which is seriously threatened due to the construction of a road through the area's core zone.
We have discovered that cheetahs first accelerate rapidly to get them close to the prey but then have to actively slow down to be able to match prey escape manoeuvres.
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In spite of their elegant leggy looks, cheetah limb bones have comparatively large cross sections that withstand the forces of such high-speed careening after impalas.
As the studbook keeper, I advise people on the behaviour of the cheetahs and on issues about diet: how they need to be kept at a certain weight and fed a certain kind of food.
But a solitary male cheetah has been found near Miandasht who will die without cubs if a female cheetah is not found to mate with him.
Ms Cobb said Cheetah came to the sanctuary from Weissmuller's estate sometime around 1960.
Cheetahs will be reintroduced in the wildlife sanctuaries of Kuno Palpur and Nauradehi in Madhya Pradesh as well as the Shahgarh landscape in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.
The centre takes in abandoned cheetah cubs and also looks after adult animals that cannot be released into the wild.