Cheetah Essays

  • Leopards vs Cheetahs

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    Leopards and cheetahs are both big cats in African and somewhat of asia. They compete for food and territory, along with African lions, wild dogs, hyenas, and jackals. Leopards are found in Africa, and Asia, usually on the southern side of asia. Cheetahs are found all over Africa and in southern Asia as well. Cheetah’s have a deep chest narrow waist short coarse fur (tan with 2-3 cm in diameter black spots) white spotless underbelly with four to six rings on tail. ( Leopards have relatively

  • Meet the Cheetah

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    Cheetah is a fine looking large cat. He is a fast runner. Because he cannot roar, Cheetah is not a member of the 'big cat' family. It is very sad that there are so few alive today. Cheetah has been around for four million years. Fossils have been found all over Earth from Texas to China. About 10,000 years ago, following the last ice age, most Cheetahs were destroyed. Some zoologists, or scientists who study animals, think that a few members of only one Cheetah family survived, the A. jubatus.

  • Cheetahs in Zoos

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    Cheetahs in Zoos Cheetahs in captivity should be left there, not released into the wild, and on the same note cheetahs in the wild should be left there, not brought into captivity. A cheetah in a zoo that is released into the wild may not know what to do, having been cared for by people in an enclosed environment for a number of years and then suddenly thrust out into the wild and on its own may have adverse effects on the cat’s psyche, making it manic or exhibit unpredictable behaviors and endangering

  • Cheetah Research Paper

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    The cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus, is an animal that is well known for it’s speed. It’s characteristics are unique in comparison to other cats, like lions, leopards, and servals that inhabit the african continent. Each of the cats in Africa adapted to their own particular niches as environmental factors pushed them to different ecological climates than where their ancestors lived. This is part of the reason as to why the cheetah is remarkably different than other cats that live in Africa. Additionally

  • Informative Essay On Cheetahs

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    The cheetah is known as a very interesting animal for many reasons. One of the prime examples of why so many people believe the cheetah is such an amazing animal is because of the speed it contains. For example, the cheetah can accelerate to speeds of over sixty miles per hour in a matter of three seconds, which is in fact, faster than some cars.(Cheetah facts, about cheetahs 1). Believe it or not, sixty miles per hour isn’t the fastest a cheetah can run! The fastest recorded time for a cheetah’s

  • The Cheetah: Built for Speed

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    The Cheetah: Built for Speed What animal do you know can compete with a sports car in a race? Take a wild guess. Cheetahs! Cheetahs are the best because they’re the fastest land animal. Also, they are fascinating felions and have many special features like no other animal. The cheetah is primarily found in Africa (D’Silva). They are made for speed. “Built more like greyhounds than typical cats, cheetahs are adapted for brief but intense bursts of speed (Smithsonian). In Africa, everyone head to

  • Informative Speech On Cheetahs

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    Did you know a cheetah can go from zero to 60 mph in a matter of seconds? The Acinonyx jubatus, also known as a cheetah, is the world's fastest land mammal. These animals are very graceful and able to go very high speed to get their prey. Cheetahs are carnivorous animals that can live from 10 years to 12 years. They are about 3.5 - 4.5 ft wide and their tail adds an extra 25.5 - 31.5 inches in width. They Weigh from 77 - 143 pounds. In this summary, I Will talk about how they hunt, their diet, breeding

  • Some Basic Facts About The Cheetah

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    Earle E. Williams The cheetah Jesse Arreola Grade 7 Science May 11 2015 I am going to tell you some basic facts about the cheetah. The cheetah lives in Africa mostly in the bottom of Africa there is around 7,000 cheetahs there. The cheetah is a mammal which means they eat animals. The cheetah is a carnivore it means they eat animals such like gazelles; wildebeest calves, impalas, and smaller hooted in their habitat. The cheetah’s fur helps the cheetah camouflage which helps allot

  • I Am A Hunter

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    With the snap of the shot, it somersaulted to the ground. My heartbeat quickened as I rushed over to where the bird had fallen . . . Man is a predator and therefore by nature, a hunter. Do not doubt this. While we do not possess the speed of the cheetah, the rapier-like talons of the falcon, nor the strength of the bear, we do have the greatest weapon of all- our superior ability to think. It was the great equalizer that brought us the club, the spear, and the 30.06. For over ninety-nine percent

  • Rhetorical Structure: Contrasting Positive And Negative Paragraphs

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    spots and a deep tan background. The two prints contrast each other as much as the zebras and leopards themselves, making it a discernable item that draws attention to itself. An overstuffed pillow sits in the right hand corner of the bed. It is of cheetah print with dark brown and black tones that greatly contrasts the brightness of the comforter. I, however, believe the fact that it clashes with the bedspread adds mystery: her bed would look like long stripes of zebra and leopard without this huge

  • Moral Actions

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    selfishness is a faulty gauge of the morality of an action, and that morality is simply an illusory concept created by the individuals of society to prevent harm to themselves. We have all seen it before. The African savanna. A cheetah. A pack of grazing gazelles. The cheetah stealthily approaches toward the pack of grazing gazelles. N... ... middle of paper ... ... of when selfish acts are morally permissible, we have first established that all sane actions are selfish in origin, and therefore

  • Bengal Tiger

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    fish, and even humans are eaten by a frustrated Bengal tiger. They eat meat and only meat. Their style of attack is differant from the cheetah’s and the lion’s; who hunt in open habitats. Although it is a heavier predator than that of the lion and cheetah, it averages about 50 deer a year. Bengal tigers need a wide forest-like areas to hunt their prey. They are known to hunt alone, but have been found to hunt in packs. These tigers are semi-nocturnal, bec...

  • The Cheetah Girls Analysis

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    cutting-edge representations and privileging of multiracial ethnicity and urban language, the series contains subtle stereotypes about facial features and color stratification. Across the series of books however, Harris points out, for series fiction, The Cheetah Girls characters are outstanding and increasingly thoughtful on issues such as race relations, adoption, and poverty (p. 13). I firmly agree with Harris’ statement. By reading this series, one may form an interest in the issues of poverty, and adoption

  • Iconographic Analysis Of A Cheetah Essay

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    The iconographical analysis is now applied, starting with pre-iconography. This painting shows a a cheetah with a woman’s head lying on a rock in the centre. She has long red-hair and both eyes and mouth closed. On the left there is a man with a cloth wrapped around his waist standing on a lower ground. His left elbow rests on the rock and his head lays against the cheetah’s whose left paw touches his torso. In his right hand he holds a staff with a statuette on top which is round-shaped with wings

  • Saving the Cheetahs of the Serengeti from Extinction

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    Saving the Cheetahs of the Serengeti from Extinction Cheetahs have been evolving and adapting themselves to the deserts of the Serengeti for many years. However, cheetahs have never been common in the wild, but they're now in grave danger of becoming extinct, due to loss of habitat, high infant mortality, and hunting by humans for hides. Cheetahs can and should be saved because they have a difficult time surviving on there own due to poor parenting skills, cub mortality, and energy demands.

  • Siberian Tiger Project

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    Do you ever wonder about how many endangered species are in the world? Have you ever tried to make a difference ,for the world? The species I have chosen are the Siberian Tiger Club. The Siberian Tiger level are very endangered especially in the Sikhote-Alin-Biosphere Reserve of Russia. As you read my paper I hope you can learn more about Siberian Tiger Club and also about how the WCS made a difference in the environment the Siberian Tigers’ are living in. The name of the Conservation Program is

  • Analysis: Not A Leg Race But The Evolutionary Arms Race

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    Joshua Valera Evolution Spring 2014 Dr. Karentz 4/7/2013 Not a Leg Race, But The Evolutionary Arms Race Whether it be at a high-end banquet or at a BBQ in the park, when conversing with a group of people it is often said to “never discuss religion and politics.” These are two topics that one is advised to stray away from when socializing with others due to the fact that some

  • Mountain Dew

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    produce. From those 3, the best 2 would be selected to air at the Super Bowl, but all 3 would be run throughout the year. The 5 advertisements that they whittled down to were Labor of Love, Cheetah, Dew or Die, Mock Opera and Showstopper. My recommended course of action for PepsiCo. is to choose Cheetah, Dew or Die and Mock Opera. My biggest reasons for choosing these 3 particular ads are that they satisfy the requirements for the Brand Communications Strategy the best. These 3 ads seem to appeal

  • Super Drew Short Stories

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    of species. Mixed with Cheetah/Gorilla. The animal was unknown for many years, and after most of the animals died off and went extinct. This so called animal never died, yet never aged. There were only two ways to kill it, it had to burn alive, or drown. Well as the years went by, and humans were brought about, the animal which was unknown was still roaming the Earth, but was only seen once or twice, it was extremely hard to catch do to its speed and strength. The Cheetah/Gorilla was finally spotted

  • Adam Sandler: An Actor that Gives More than Just Funny Movies to Hollywood

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    Adam Sandler is a huge major icon in America. Although he is most known for his movies, he is much more than an actor. Adam released several comical acts, and even a few songs! Adam never really knew what he was going to do with his life, until Adam’s brother suggested comedy. This biography will show that Adam Sandler gives a lot to the movie and entertainment world. As a boy Adam lived a pretty good life. He had a small family, he lived with his brother Scott, mom Judy, father Stan, and two sisters