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The world's fastest land animal, the cheetah reaches speeds of up to 70 miles per hour when sprinting after prey. When cubs are very young, the greatest dangers they face are the heat of the African savannah and threats from predators. Cubs learn to hunt by pouncing on one another and by watching their mother. They must be careful, however, not to become prey themselves, for jackals, hyenas, and vultures will kill and eat cheetah cubs.

Cheetah (South Africa) by Howard Buffett - WWF
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