|A SEQUENCE OF THE RUNNING PATTERNS.|
|A PENCIL DRAWING OF A CHEETAH|
The Cheetah is unique amongst Africa's felines primarily because they are most active during the day, which avoids competition for food from other large predators like Lions and Hyenas that hunt during the cooler night. They are also one of the more sociable Cat species with males often roaming in small groups, generally with their siblings, and oddly enough, it is the females that are more solitary animals apart from the 18 months or so that they spend looking after their cubs. Cheetahs are fiercely territorial animals that patrol large home ranges and often overlap those of other Cheetahs, and indeed Lions, with females tending to roam across a much larger range than males. They are typically shy and very stealthy animals so that they are able to hunt for prey in the hot daylight hours without being spotted so easily.
|CHEETAH WITH HER ADORABLE CUBS|
|TWO CHEETAHS CHASING A DEER|
|BABY CHEETAH CHEWING A BRANCH|
OF TREE BECAUSE THEY ARE SMALL.