Explore African Animals, Cheetahs, and more!

The cheetah's habitat has been reduced by and they occur widely but sparsely in the regions they still inhabit. Population strongholds for these cats include Southern and Eastern Africa.

ᏣɦαɬᏕ ᏕąนⱴąᏩᏋᏕ (Cheetah by Steve Tracy)

The serval is a long-legged wildcat native to Africa. This cat looks as if it's made from the leftover parts of other animals, having such a small head, tawny coat with black spots and large erect ears without tufts.

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The serval is a long-legged wildcat native to Africa. This cat looks as if it's made from the leftover parts of other animals, having such a small head, tawny coat with black spots and large erect ears without tufts. But he's such a beautiful animal!

Cheetah mothers spend a long time teaching their young how to hunt. Small, live antelopes are brought back to the cubs so they can learn to chase and catch them.

Cheetah mothers spend a long time teaching their young how to hunt. Small, live antelopes are brought back to the cubs so they can learn to chase and catch them.

Wildlife photographer Martin Harvey captured this stunning shot of a leopard cub, Africa’s most elusive big cat.

Wildlife photographer Martin Harvey captured this stunning shot of a leopard cub, Africa’s most elusive big cat.

wild-diary:   Double Vision | Ray Morris - Cheetahs and Things

wild-diary: Double Vision | Ray Morris - Cheetahs and Things

Ready to run by albertoghizzipanizza - Spectacular Monochromes Photo Contest

Are you ready to run? by Alberto Ghizzi Panizza on

Cheetahs tend to encounter conflict with farmers when loss of their natural prey leads them to attack livestock, and farmers kill them, as pests, in retaliation.

Camouflaged against the tall grasses, cheetahs quietly sneak up on their prey until they are confident about the attack, burst out using their tail as a rudder, trip the animal with their paw, and then suffocate it with a bite to the neck!

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