Title: Wild Cheetah Sitting
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The wild cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) is an iconic big cat known for its exceptional speed, reaching up to 60-70 mph in short bursts. Found in open grasslands and savannahs of Africa and small parts of Iran, cheetahs have a distinctive tan or golden coat with black spots and tear stripes. They are primarily solitary hunters, relying on speed to chase down prey like gazelles. Cheetahs are listed as vulnerable due to habitat loss, human-wildlife conflict, and declining prey populations. Conservation efforts aim to protect their habitats and address conflicts, ensuring the survival of this remarkable species. Female cheetahs give birth to 3-5 cubs, which stay with their mother for about 18 months.