S: TOP 10 Fastest Animals in The World
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FC: Top 10 Fastest Animals in the World
1: TOPIC OF MY PROJECT -The top ten fastest animal in this world 1.cheetah 2.lion 3.wildebeest 4.elk 5.cape hunting dog 6.prong horn antelope 7.coyote 8.gray fox 9.spring kook 10.quarter horse
2: The Cheetah is the fastest land animal, reaching speeds between 112 and 120 km/h (70 and 75 mph) in short bursts covering distances up to 460 m (1,500 ft), and has the ability to accelerate from 0 to 103 km/h (64 mph) in three seconds, faster than most super cars. Recent studies confirm the cheetah's status as the fastest land animal.
3: wildebeest has a top speed of 36 feet per second and an average speed of 20 feet or second and it is highest drop is 38 feet at a 45-degree angle.
4: African lions can run about 35 miles per hour. This seems like it would be fast but most of a lion's prey can run faster and this makes hunting very tiring. Fortunately lions can see well in the dark and tend to do most of their hunting at night.
5: Also known as the African Hunting Dog, this species of canine has black, Grey, white and yellow patches on its coat. The African Wild Dog once can be found throughout Africa, but habitat destruction, decreasing number of prey and disease such as rabies, caused the population of the African Wild Dog to decline. This category contains questions about the African Wild Dog's appearance, adaptation.
6: Coyotes usually walk at about 13 miles (21 km) per hour. When they trot, they can go 20 miles (32 km) per hour. But they can run at twice that speed.
7: Gray Fox is 10th on the list of fastest land animals in the World. The size, structure and weight of Gray Fox makes it hard to believe that an animal like this would be one of the fastest animals in the world. A Gray Fox has many qualities that help it survive in the jungle, such as great speed, the ability of climbing trees and digging holes in order to find moles and mice. They are mostly found in North America, Southern Canada, and Northern Colombia. A normal Gray Fox weighs between 8 to 15 pounds and has a lifespan of 3 to 7 years.