What Are the Cheetahs Behavioral Adaptations?


The cheetah has a variety of behavioral adaptations. These adaptions help them to survive. This include such adaptions as their claws. Their claws give them speed. Another adaption is their dark spots. These spots will help them hide in the forest.
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