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Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Acinonyx jubatus Schreber , List Southeast African cheetah A. The range of the cheetah as of [1].

List Acinonyx venator Brookes , A. Southeast African cheetah A. This is the nominate subspecies. Asiatic cheetah A.

This subspecies is confined to central Iran, and is the only surviving cheetah population in Asia. Northeast African cheetah A.

This subspecies occurs in the northern Central African Republic, Chad, Ethiopia and South Sudan in small and heavily fragmented populations; in , the largest population of individuals occurred in the northern CAR and southeastern Chad.

Cheetahs are notoriously poor breeders in captivity, though several organizations, such as the De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre , have succeeded in breeding high numbers of cubs.

The cheetah is listed as vulnerable, facing various threats including competition with and predation by other carnivores, a gene pool with very low variability, and persecution by mankind.

It is a charismatic species and many captive cats are "ambassadors" for their species and wildlife conservation in general.

The genus name, Acinonyx , means "no-move-claw" in Greek , while the species name, jubatus , means "maned" or "crested" in Latin , a reference to the dorsal crest found in cheetah cubs.

The cheetah has unusually low genetic variability. This is accompanied by a very low sperm count, motility , and deformed flagella. It is thought that the species went through a prolonged period of inbreeding following a genetic bottleneck during the last ice age.

This suggests that genetic monomorphism did not prevent the cheetah from flourishing across two continents for thousands of years.

The cheetah likely evolved in Africa during the Miocene epoch 26 million to 7. Recent research has placed the last common ancestor of all existing populations as living in Asia 11 million years ago, which may lead to revision and refinement of existing ideas about cheetah evolution.

The now-extinct species include Acinonyx pardinensis Pliocene epoch , much larger than the modern cheetah and found in Europe , India , and China ; and Acinonyx intermedius mid- Pleistocene period , found over the same range.

The extinct genus Miracinonyx was extremely cheetah-like, but recent DNA analysis has shown that Miracinonyx inexpectatus , Miracinonyx studeri , and Miracinonyx trumani early to late Pleistocene epoch , found in North America and called the "North American cheetah" are not true cheetahs, instead being close relatives to the cougar.

Although many sources list six or more subspecies of cheetah, the taxonomic status of most of these subspecies is unresolved.

Acinonyx rex —the king cheetah—was abandoned as a subspecies after it was discovered that the variation was caused by a single recessive gene.

The subspecies Acinonyx jubatus guttatus , the woolly cheetah, may also have been a variation due to a recessive gene. Some of the most commonly recognized subspecies include: [ 18 ].

The cheetah's chest is deep and its waist is narrow. There are no spots on its white underside, but the tail has spots, which merge to form four to six dark rings at the end.

The tail usually ends in a bushy white tuft. The cheetah has a small head with high-set eyes. Black "tear marks" running from the corner of its eyes down the sides of the nose to its mouth keep sunlight out of its eyes and aid in hunting and seeing long distances.

Its thin and fragile body make it well-suited to short bursts of high speed, but not to long-distance running. Agility, rather than raw speed, accounts for much of the cheetah's ability to catch prey.

Cheetahs can accelerate four times as fast as a human thanks to greater muscle power and can slow down by 14 kilometers per hour in one stride. They can hunt successfully in densely vegetated areas.

Males tend to be slightly larger than females and have slightly bigger heads, but there is not a great variation in cheetah sizes and it is difficult to tell males and females apart by appearance alone.

Some cheetahs have a rare fur pattern mutation of larger, blotchy, merged spots. Known as "king cheetahs," they were once thought to constitute a separate subspecies but are in fact African cheetahs; their unusual fur pattern is the result of a single recessive gene.

The cheetah's paws have semi-retractable claws known only in three other cat species: the fishing cat , the flat-headed cat and the Iriomote cat , offering extra grip in its high-speed pursuits.

The ligament structure of the cheetah's claws is the same as those of other cats; it simply lacks the sheath of skin and fur present in other varieties, and therefore, with the exception of the dewclaw , the claws are always visible.

The dewclaw is much shorter and straighter than that of other cats. Adaptations that enable the cheetah to run as fast as it does include large nostrils that allow for increased oxygen intake, and an enlarged heart and lungs that work together to circulate oxygen efficiently.

During a typical chase, its respiratory rate increases from 60 to breaths per minute. Unlike true big cats of subfamily Pantherinae , the cheetah can purr as it inhales, but cannot roar.

By contrast, the big cats can roar but cannot purr, except while exhaling. The cheetah is still considered by some to be the smallest of the big cats.

While it is often mistaken for the leopard, the cheetah does have distinguishing features, such as the aforementioned long "tear-streak" lines that run from the corners of its eyes to its mouth, and spots that are not "rosettes".

The thinner body frame of the cheetah is also very different from that of the leopard. The cheetah is a vulnerable species.

Of all the big cats, it is the least able to adapt to new environments. It has always proved difficult to breed in captivity, although recently a few zoos have managed to succeed at this.

One technique has been to introduce a dog as a playmate and guard dog to enable a captive cheetah to feel less threatened.

Once widely hunted for its fur, the cheetah now suffers more from the loss of both habitat and prey.

The cheetah was formerly considered to be particularly primitive among the cats and to have evolved approximately 18 million years ago. However, new research suggests the last common ancestor of all 40 existing species of felines lived more recently than about 11 million years ago.

The same research indicates that the cheetah, while highly derived morphologically, is not of particularly ancient lineage, having separated from its closest living relatives Puma concolor , the cougar , and Puma yaguarondi , the jaguarundi around five million years ago.

The king cheetah is a rare mutation of the cheetah characterized by a distinct fur pattern. It was first noted in what was then Southern Rhodesia modern-day Zimbabwe in In , the naturalist Reginald Innes Pocock declared it a separate species, but reversed this decision in due to lack of evidence; but in , a skin purchased by Walter Rothschild was found to be intermediate in pattern between the king cheetah and spotted cheetah and Abel Chapman considered it to be a color form of the spotted cheetah.

Twenty-two such skins were found between and Since , the king cheetah was reported five more times in the wild. Although strangely marked skins had come from Africa, a live king cheetah was not photographed until in South Africa's Kruger National Park.

Cryptozoologists Paul and Lena Bottriell photographed one during an expedition in They also managed to obtain stuffed specimens.

It appeared larger than a spotted cheetah and its fur had a different texture. There was another wild sighting in —the first in seven years.

By , thirty-eight specimens had been recorded, many from pelts. In May , two spotted sisters gave birth there and each litter contained one king cheetah.

The sisters had both mated with a wild-caught male from the Transvaal area where king cheetahs had been recorded. Further king cheetahs were later born at the Centre.

It has been known to exist in Zimbabwe, Botswana and in the northern part of South Africa's Transvaal province. In , the cause of this alternative coat pattern was found to be a mutation in the gene for transmembrane aminopeptidase Q Taqpep , the same gene responsible for the striped "mackerel" versus blotchy "classic" patterning seen in tabby cats.

Other rare color morphs of the species include speckles, melanism , albinism and gray coloration. Most have been reported in Indian cheetahs, particularly in captive specimens kept for hunting.

The Mughal Emperor of India, Jahangir , recorded having a white cheetah presented to him in In the memoirs of Tuzk-e-Jahangiri , the Emperor, says that in the third year of his reign, "Raja Bir Singh Deo brought a white cheetah to show me.

Although other sorts of creatures, both birds and beasts have white varieties I had never seen a white cheetah. Its spots, which are usually black, were of a blue color, and the whiteness of the body also inclined to bluishness.

Although the spots were formed of black pigment, the less dense pigmentation gives a hazy, grayish effect.

As well as Jahangir's white cheetah at Agra, a report of "incipient albinism" has come from Beaufort West according to Guggisberg.

In a letter to "Nature in East Africa", H. Stoneham reported a melanistic cheetah black with ghost markings in the Trans-Nzoia District of Kenya in Vesey Fitzgerald saw a melanistic cheetah in Zambia in the company of a spotted cheetah.

Red erythristic cheetahs have dark tawny spots on a golden background. Cream isabelline cheetahs have pale red spots on a pale background.

Some desert region cheetahs are unusually pale; probably they are better-camouflaged and therefore better hunters and more likely to breed and pass on their paler colouration.

Blue Maltese or grey cheetahs have variously been described as white cheetahs with grey-blue spots chinchilla or pale grey cheetahs with darker grey spots Maltese mutation.

A cheetah with hardly any spots was shot in Tanzania in Pocock ; it had only a few spots on the neck and back, and these were unusually small.

Another cheetah with this color-morph was photographed in Kenya in There are several geographically isolated populations of cheetah, all of which are found in Africa or southwestern Asia.

A small population estimated at about 50 survive in the Khorasan Province of Iran , where conservationists are taking steps to protect them.

It is possible, though doubtful, that some cheetahs remain in India. The cheetah thrives in areas with vast expanses of land where prey is abundant.

The cheetah likes to live in an open biotope , such as semidesert , prairie , and thick brush, though it can be found in a variety of habitats.

In Namibia, for example, it lives in grasslands , savannahs , areas of dense vegetation , and mountainous terrain. In much of its former range, the cheetah was tamed by aristocrats and used to hunt antelopes in much the same way as is still done with members of the greyhound group of dogs.

Females reach maturity in twenty to twenty-four months, and males around twelve months although they do not usually mate until at least three years old , and mating occurs throughout the year.

A study of cheetahs in the Serengeti showed females are sexually promiscuous and often have cubs by many different males. Females give birth to up to nine cubs after a gestation period of ninety to ninety-eight days, although the average litter size is four.

Unlike some other cats, the cheetah is born with its characteristic spots. Cubs are also born with a downy underlying fur on their necks, called a mantle , extending to mid-back.

This gives them a mane or Mohawk-type appearance; this fur is shed as the cheetah grows older. It has been speculated this mane gives a cheetah cub the appearance of the honey badger ratel , to scare away potential aggressors.

Life span is up to twelve years in the wild, but up to twenty years in captivity. In comparison to the Serengeti, the survival rate of cheetah cubs in the Kgalagadi area was seven times higher.

The cheetah has a unique, well-structured social order. Females live alone, except when they are raising cubs and they raise their cubs on their own.

The first eighteen months of a cub's life are important; cubs must learn many lessons, because survival depends on knowing how to hunt wild prey species and avoid other predators.

At eighteen months, the mother leaves the cubs, who then form a sibling "sib" group that will stay together for another six months.

At about two years, the female siblings leave the group, and the young males remain together for life. Males are often social and may group together for life, usually with their brothers in the same litter; although if a cub is the only male in the litter then two or three lone males may form a group, or a lone male may join an existing group.

These groups are called coalitions. A coalition is six times more likely to obtain an animal territory than a lone male, although studies have shown that coalitions keep their territories just as long as lone males— between four to four and a half years.

Males are territorial. Females' home ranges can be very large and a territory including several females' ranges is impossible to defend. Instead, males choose the points at which several of the females' home ranges overlap, creating a much smaller space, which can be properly defended against intruders while maximizing the chance of reproduction.

Coalitions will try their best to maintain territories to find females with whom they will mate. Males mark their territory by urinating on objects that stand out, such as trees, logs, or termite mounds.

Unlike males and other felines, females do not establish territories. Instead, the area they live in is termed a home range. These overlap with other females' home ranges, often those of their daughters, mothers, or sisters.

Females always hunt alone, although cubs will accompany their mothers to learn to hunt once they reach the age of five to six weeks.

The size of a home range depends entirely on the availability of prey. The cheetah cannot roar, but ranks among the more vocal felids.

Several sources refer to a wide variety of cheetah vocalizations, but most of these lack a detailed acoustic description which makes it difficult to reliably assess exactly what terms refer to exactly what vocalizations.

A short review of the terminology encountered is found in. The young of larger mammals such as wildebeests and zebras are taken at times, and adults too, when cheetahs hunt in groups.

Guineafowl and hares are also prey. Ostriches are also taken on occasion. In Iran , cheetahs prey on the Chinkara , Goitered gazelle , ibexes and wild sheep.

While the other big cats often hunt by night, the cheetah is a diurnal hunter. It will, however, hunt on moonlit nights during the full Moon as well, where visibility is excellent.

The cheetah hunts by vision rather than by scent. This is usually over in less than a minute, and if the cheetah fails to make a catch quickly, it will give up.

The estimated top speed of the cheetah ranges from 90 to kilometers per hour. Cheetahs refuse to run when their body temperature reaches Running at very high speeds puts a great deal of strain on the cheetah's body.

When sprinting, the cheetah's body temperature quickly elevates. If it is a hard chase, it sometimes needs to rest for half an hour or more.

The cheetah kills its prey by tripping it during the chase, then biting it on the underside of the throat to suffocate it; the cheetah is not strong enough to break the necks of most prey.

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All other cheetahs occur in small, fragmented groups mostly less than individuals in each throughout the range. Populations are feared to be declining, especially those of adults.

The cheetah is threatened by several factors, like habitat loss and fragmentation of populations. Habitat loss is caused mainly by the introduction of commercial land use, such as agriculture and industry; [1] it is further aggravated by ecological degradation, like bush encroachment common in southern Africa.

Shortage of prey and conflict with other species such as humans and large carnivores are other major threats. Some tribes, like the Maasai people in Tanzania, have been reported to use cheetah skins in ceremonies.

Until the s, cheetahs and other carnivores were frequently killed to protect livestock in Africa. Gradually the understanding of cheetah ecology increased and their falling numbers became a matter of concern.

The De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre was set up in in South Africa to provide care for wild cheetahs regularly trapped or injured by Namibian farmers.

The Global Cheetah Action Plan Workshop in laid emphasis on the need for a rangewide survey of wild cheetahs to demarcate areas for conservation efforts and on creating awareness through training programs.

National conservation plans have been developed successfully for several African countries. During the early s scientists from the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology Hyderabad proposed a plan to clone Asiatic cheetahs from Iran for reintroduction in India, but Iran denied the proposal.

Opponents stated the plan was "not a case of intentional movement of an organism into a part of its native range". The cheetah shows little aggression toward humans, and can be tamed easily, as it has been since antiquity.

The evidence for this is mainly pictorial; for instance, a Sumerian seal dating back to c. However, Thomas Allsen argues that the depicted animal might be a large dog.

In comparison, theories of the cheetah's taming in Egypt are stronger and include timelines proposed on this basis. Ancient Egyptians believed the spirits of deceased pharaohs were taken away by cheetahs.

Rock carvings depicting cheetahs dating back to — years ago have been found in Twyfelfontein ; little else has been discovered in connection to the taming of cheetahs or other cats in southern Africa.

Hunting cheetahs are known in pre-Islamic Arabic art from Yemen. In the Middle East, the cheetah would accompany the nobility to hunts in a special seat on the back of the saddle.

Taming was an elaborate process and could take a year to complete. In eastern Asia, records are confusing as regional names for the leopard and the cheetah may be used interchangeably.

Chinese emperors would use cheetahs, as well as caracals , as gifts. The rampant hunting severely affected the populations of wild animals in India; by , cheetahs had to be imported from Africa.

The first cheetah to be brought into captivity in a zoo was at the Zoological Society of London in Early captive cheetahs showed a high mortality rate, with an average lifespan of 3—4 years.

Recommended management practices for cheetahs include spacious and ample access to outdoors, stress minimisation by exercise and limited handling, and following proper hand-rearing protocols especially for pregnant females.

Cheetahs are poor breeders in captivity, while wild individuals are far more successful; [] this has also been linked to increased stress levels in captive individuals.

Louis Zoo , setting a record for the most births recorded by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The cheetah has been widely portrayed in a variety of artistic works.

In Bacchus and Ariadne , an oil painting by the 16th-century Italian painter Titian , the chariot of the Greek god Dionysus Bacchus is depicted as being drawn by two cheetahs.

The cheetahs in the painting were previously considered to be leopards. The painting depicts a cheetah, hooded and collared by two Indian servants, along with a stag it was supposed to prey upon.

It portrays a creature with a woman's head and a cheetah's body often misidentified as a leopard's.

Because only two dozen or fewer chassis were built, with only a dozen complete cars, the Cheetah was never homologated for competition beyond prototype status; its production ended in A variety of literature mentions the cheetah.

The film Duma was based loosely on this book. The cheetah has often been featured in marketing and animation. In , Frito-Lay introduced Chester Cheetah , an anthropomorphic cheetah, as the mascot for their snack food Cheetos.

Barbara Ann Minerva, alias The Cheetah. Two cheetahs are depicted standing upright and supporting a crown in the coat of arms of the Free State South Africa.

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Bushy-tailed mongoose B. Alexander's kusimanse C. Yellow mongoose C. Pousargues's mongoose D. Angolan slender mongoose G.

Ethiopian dwarf mongoose H. Short-tailed mongoose H. White-tailed mongoose I. Liberian mongoose L. Gambian mongoose M. Selous' mongoose P.

Meller's mongoose R. Meerkat S. Spotted hyena C. Brown hyena H. Aardwolf P. Family Felidae. Cheetah A. Caracal C. Bay cat C. European wildcat F.

Ocelot L. Serval L. Canada lynx L. Pallas's cat O. Marbled cat P. Fishing cat P. Cougar P. Jaguarundi H. Lion P. Clouded leopard N.

Family Viverridae. Binturong A. Small-toothed palm civet A. Sulawesi palm civet M. Masked palm civet P.

Golden wet-zone palm civet P. Owston's palm civet C. The first eighteen months of a cub's life are important; cubs must learn many lessons, because survival depends on knowing how to hunt wild prey species and avoid other predators.

At eighteen months, the mother leaves the cubs, who then form a sibling "sib" group that will stay together for another six months. At about two years, the female siblings leave the group, and the young males remain together for life.

Males are often social and may group together for life, usually with their brothers in the same litter; although if a cub is the only male in the litter then two or three lone males may form a group, or a lone male may join an existing group.

These groups are called coalitions. A coalition is six times more likely to obtain an animal territory than a lone male, although studies have shown that coalitions keep their territories just as long as lone males— between four to four and a half years.

Males are territorial. Females' home ranges can be very large and a territory including several females' ranges is impossible to defend. Instead, males choose the points at which several of the females' home ranges overlap, creating a much smaller space, which can be properly defended against intruders while maximizing the chance of reproduction.

Coalitions will try their best to maintain territories to find females with whom they will mate. Males mark their territory by urinating on objects that stand out, such as trees, logs, or termite mounds.

Unlike males and other felines, females do not establish territories. Instead, the area they live in is termed a home range. These overlap with other females' home ranges, often those of their daughters, mothers, or sisters.

Females always hunt alone, although cubs will accompany their mothers to learn to hunt once they reach the age of five to six weeks.

The size of a home range depends entirely on the availability of prey. The cheetah cannot roar, but ranks among the more vocal felids.

Several sources refer to a wide variety of cheetah vocalizations, but most of these lack a detailed acoustic description which makes it difficult to reliably assess exactly what terms refer to exactly what vocalizations.

A short review of the terminology encountered is found in. The young of larger mammals such as wildebeests and zebras are taken at times, and adults too, when cheetahs hunt in groups.

Guineafowl and hares are also prey. Ostriches are also taken on occasion. In Iran , cheetahs prey on the Chinkara , Goitered gazelle , ibexes and wild sheep.

While the other big cats often hunt by night, the cheetah is a diurnal hunter. It will, however, hunt on moonlit nights during the full Moon as well, where visibility is excellent.

The cheetah hunts by vision rather than by scent. This is usually over in less than a minute, and if the cheetah fails to make a catch quickly, it will give up.

The estimated top speed of the cheetah ranges from 90 to kilometers per hour. Cheetahs refuse to run when their body temperature reaches Running at very high speeds puts a great deal of strain on the cheetah's body.

When sprinting, the cheetah's body temperature quickly elevates. If it is a hard chase, it sometimes needs to rest for half an hour or more.

The cheetah kills its prey by tripping it during the chase, then biting it on the underside of the throat to suffocate it; the cheetah is not strong enough to break the necks of most prey.

The bite may also puncture a vital artery in the neck. Then the cheetah proceeds to devour its catch as quickly as possible before the kill is taken by stronger predators.

Most chases involved extreme maneuverability more than speed. The diet of a cheetah depends on the area in which it lives.

For example, on the East African plains, its preferred prey is the Thomson's gazelle. This small antelope is smaller than the cheetah, which makes it an appropriate prey.

Despite their speed and hunting prowess, cheetahs are largely outranked by other large predators in most of their range.

Because they have evolved for short bursts of extreme speed at the expense of their power, they cannot defend themselves against most of Africa's other predator species.

They usually avoid fighting and will surrender a kill immediately to even a single hyena, rather than risk injury.

Because cheetahs rely on their speed to obtain their meals, any injury that slows them down could essentially be life-threatening.

Due to the reduction in habitat in Africa, cheetahs in recent years have faced greater pressure from other native African predators as available range declines.

Cheetah cubs often hide in thick brush for safety. Mother cheetahs will defend their young and are at times successful in driving predators away from their cubs.

Coalitions of male cheetahs can also chase away other predators, depending on the coalition size and the size and number of the predator.

Because of its speed, a healthy adult cheetah has few enemies. Cheetah fur was formerly regarded as a status symbol. Today, cheetahs have a growing economic importance for ecotourism and they are also found in zoos.

White Oak Conservation in Yulee, Florida , which maintains a significant population of cheetahs, has cited that captive management presents challenges because of health, nutrition and socialization of the cats, but that these have been overcome through collaborations among wildlife facilities.

Cheetahs are far less aggressive than other felids and can be tamed, so cubs are sometimes illegally sold as pets. Cheetahs were formerly, and sometimes still are, hunted because many farmers believe that they eat livestock.

When the species came under threat, numerous campaigns were launched to try to educate farmers and encourage them to conserve cheetahs.

Recent evidence has shown that cheetahs will not attack and eat livestock if they can avoid doing so, as they prefer their wild prey.

Ancient Egyptians often kept cheetahs as pets, and also tamed and trained them for hunting. But not domesticated i. Cheetahs would be taken to hunting fields in low-sided carts or by horseback, hooded and blindfolded, and kept on leashes while dogs flushed out their prey.

When the prey was near enough, the cheetahs would be released and their blindfolds removed. This tradition was passed on to the ancient Persians and brought to India, where the practice was continued by Indian princes into the twentieth century.

Cheetahs continued to be associated with royalty and elegance, their use as pets spreading just as their hunting skills were.

Other such princes and kings kept them as pets, including Genghis Khan and Charlemagne , who boasted of having kept cheetahs within their palace grounds.

Akbar the Great , ruler of the Mughal Empire from to , kept as many as 1, cheetahs. Cheetahs are still tamed in the modern world.

One example is Burmani, who has been raised in England at Eagle Heights wild animal park from the age of three months.

He was bred in a deer park in Germany. He is so tame that he has lost his hunting instinct. Cheetah cubs have a high mortality rate due to predation by other carnivores, such as the lion and hyena , and perhaps genetic factors.

It has been suggested that the low genetic diversity of cheetahs is a cause of poor sperm, birth defects, cramped teeth, curled tails, and bent limbs.

Some biologists even believe that they are too inbred to flourish as a species. Approximately 12, cheetahs remain in the wild in twenty-five African countries; Namibia has the most, with about 2, Another 50 to 60 critically endangered Asiatic cheetahs are thought to remain in Iran.

There have been successful breeding programs, including the use of in vitro fertilisation , in zoos around the world. Founded in Namibia in , the Cheetah Conservation Fund 's mission is to be the world's resource charged with protecting the cheetah and to ensure its future.

The organization works with all stakeholders within the cheetah's ecosystem to develop best practices in research, education and ecology and create a sustainable model from which all other species, including people, will benefit.

The South African Cheetah Conservation Foundation has close links and assists in training and sharing program successes with other countries where cheetahs live, including Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Iran and Algeria.

The organization's international program includes distributing materials, lending resources and support, and providing training through Africa and the rest of the world.

Asiatic cheetahs have been known to exist in India for a very long time, but as a result of hunting and other causes, cheetahs have been extinct in India since the s.

A captive propagation project has been proposed. Minister of Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh told the Rajya Sabha on 7 July , "The cheetah is the only animal that has been described extinct in India in the last years.

We have to get them from abroad to repopulate the species. However, the plan to reintroduce the African cheetahs to India has been suspended after discovering the distinctness between the cheetahs from Asia and Africa, having been separated between 32, to 67, years ago.

This article is about the animal. For other uses, see Cheetah disambiguation. Not to be confused with Leopard. Main article: Cheetah reintroduction in India.

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Ethiopian dwarf mongoose H. Short-tailed mongoose H. White-tailed mongoose I. Liberian mongoose L. Gambian mongoose M. Selous' mongoose P.

Meller's mongoose R. Meerkat S. Spotted hyena C. Brown hyena H. Aardwolf P. Family Felidae. Cheetah A. Caracal C. Chinese mountain cat F.

Pantanal cat L. Serval L. Canadian lynx L. Marbled cat P. Leopard cat P. African golden cat P. Cougar P. Lion P. Snow leopard U. Clouded leopard N.

Family Viverridae includes Civets. Binturong A. Small-toothed palm civet A. Sulawesi palm civet M. Masked palm civet P.

Golden wet-zone palm civet P. Owston's palm civet C. Otter civet C. Hose's palm civet D. Banded palm civet H.

Banded linsang P. African civet C. Genetta Genets. Abyssinian genet G. African linsang P. Malabar large-spotted civet V. Small Indian civet V.

Family Eupleridae. Fossa C. Falanouc E. Malagasy civet F. Ring-tailed mongoose G. Broad-striped Malagasy mongoose G. Narrow-striped mongoose M.

Brown-tailed mongoose S. Suborder Caniformia cont. Giant panda A. Sun bear H. Sloth bear M. Spectacled bear T.

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