The cheetah's habitat is mainly the open savannas and grassland areas in various parts of Africa. There also is a small population of cheetahs in Iran.Know More
Although once cheetahs lived throughout all of Africa and parts of Asia, today’s cheetah population lives primarily in the southern and eastern parts of Africa. Cheetahs are an endangered species; the largest remaining cheetah population is in Namibia.
Cheetahs require wide-open spaces with tall grass to hunt. They prey mostly on gazelles and impalas. Known for speeds up to 70 mph, cheetahs chase down their prey very quickly. Cheetahs weigh up to 140 pounds and live about 12 years.Learn more about Large Cats
According to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, cheetahs live primarily in open grassy habitats. They can also be found in areas with dry forests and savannah woodlands.Full Answer >
Lions have various adaptations, including acute sense of smell, night vision, powerful paws, sharp claws, sharp teeth, rough tongue and loose belly skin. These adaptation features help lions survive in their habitats.Full Answer >
White tigers can thrive in areas that have some bush cover, shelter, water, and prey to feed on. These animals can live in mountain caves or hide under the cover of forest thickets. The territory of a white tiger is between 10 to 30 miles and usually depends on the concentration of its prey, which means that in areas of high concentration, the tiger will have a smaller territory.Full Answer >
Saber-toothed cats primarily inhabited the plains of North and South America. They relied on open plains to spot their prey, often attacking out of low-hanging tree branches.Full Answer >