Cheetah Facts – Kids Non Fiction Book (Ages 9-12)



Cheetah Facts For Kids Ages 9-12

In the Clouducated Kids Nonfiction Book, Cheetah Facts For Kids, you will learn many interesting cheetah facts.

  • Cheetahs are excellent sprinters: Cheetahs are elegant and graceful animals. They are known for their spotted coats and tremendous speed. Cheetahs are excellent sprinters and can run at 60-70 miles per hour! They are the fastest animal on land for short distances.
  • Cheetahs have spots: The spots on a cheetah’s fur are also on its skin underneath the fur. If a cheetah were shaved, it would still have its spots! The black fur grows out of the black spots on the skin. The spots come together to form black rings on the tail, which usually ends with a bushy white tuft. The pattern of the spots is unique to each cheetah, like our fingerprints are unique to each one of us. The hair is longer along the neck and forms a short mane.
  • Cheetahs have tear lines: The most distinguishing characteristic of a cheetah is its tear lines. A cheetah has long black stripes that run from the corner of its eyes to its mouth, called tear lines. It looks as if a cheetah has been crying.
  • Cheetahs live in Africa: Most cheetahs live in Africa, which is the second largest continent on Earth after Asia. Many thousands of years ago, cheetahs were also found in many countries on the Asian continent. Asiatic cheetahs are in severe danger of becoming extinct and no longer existing.
  • Cheetahs are in danger: One hundred years ago, there were about 100,000 cheetahs living in the wild. Loss of habitat is one of the biggest threats to cheetahs. Today there are only about 10,000 cheetahs living in the wild. Many people are working to save cheetahs and their habitats.

In Cheetah Facts For Kids you will learn:

  • Cheetahs Are Mammals
  • Cheetahs Are Warm-Blooded
  • Cheetahs Are Vertebrates
  • What Cheetahs Look Like
  • What King Cheetahs Are
  • How Fast Cheetahs Can Run
  • Where Cheetahs Live
  • How Cheetahs Live
  • What A Cheetah’s Home Range Is
  • Where Cheetahs Give Birth
  • What Baby Cheetahs Are Called
  • What Cheetahs Eat
  • How Cheetahs Hunt
  • Where Cheetahs Eat

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