Known as the fastest land animals, cheetahs are an animal with a long, slender body covered with black spots. With their aerodynamic bodies, long legs and semi-retractable claws, they can reach speeds of up to 112 km/h and have the shortest braking distance.
Cheetahs have long, strong legs and a flexible spine. This type of predator can go more than 7 meters at its fastest leap. While cheetahs can accelerate to 100 km in 2.5 seconds, the fastest cars in the world can achieve this in 3.5 seconds, according to reports.
In addition, cheetahs have a distinct advantage in their tails. With the power they get from their tails, they help them maintain their balance in the air when jumping, as well as providing balance in fast maneuvers. In addition, it is easier to hold onto the ground through to its semi-retractable claws. So no matter what angle we look at the cheetah, it is inevitable that we always see a great hunter.
A cheetah can reach 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds.