Cheetahs Enemies?

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The main enemies of Cheetahs are lions, hyenas, leopards and tigers. Due to the spots on their skin, cheetahs manage to camouflage easily from their enemies. In addition, being the fastest animal on earth, cheetahs can elude their enemies comfortably.
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Cheetah cubs have many enemies among other predators: lions, leopards, hyenas, wild dogs, or even eagles. However, a healthy adult cheetah has few enemies because of its speed.
Cheetahs have a number of enemies for various reasons. For instance, cheetahs' cubs are often killed by hyenas and that is the source of their enmity. Animals like lions also compete with the cheetah for prey. Another of its enemies is the leopard and the tiger which also compete with it for food.
The cheetah being a slim and not so strong animal naturally has many enemies including lions, tigers, leopards and hyenas. Most of them being stronger, steal the food which has been hunted by the cheetahs. The cubs are the most vulnerable.
Cheetah's have few enemies in nature. Other cat predators such as lions, panthers, and leopards will at times battle the cheetah to the death to reduce competition among them. Cheetah's, however, usually attempt to avoid battle whenever possible.
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