Biography of jaguar
jaguar,also called el tigre, largest new world member of the cat family (felidae). Its preferred habitats are usually swamps and wooded regions, but jaguar also live in scrublands and deserts. the jaguar is virtually extinct in the northern part of its original range and survives in reduced numbers only in remote area of central and south america; The largest known population exists in the Amazon rainforest.Its capable of running seed from 70-119km.
Biography of Cheetah
This is the fastest animal, capable of running at speeds from 89-128km/h (50 to 80 mph), and as such, has several adaptations for speed, including a light physique, long thin legs and a long tail.
cheetahs typically reach 67-94cm (26-37 inches) in the shoulder, the head and body lenghts range from 1.1 to 1.5m. Adults usually weigh between 25 and 68kg.
His head is small, rounded, with a short face and tear black features. the coat is dark brown to creamy white or pale yellow in color and is generally covered with evenly spaced solid black spots.
A cheetah is a slightly folded, spotted cat with a small rounded head, short, short muzzle, black tear like veins of the face, deep chest, long thin legs and long tail.
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