Endangered Animals: The Cheetah

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Endangered Animals: The Cheetah. By Joseph .E. Lim, Malik .I. Jarratt , and Enrique .G. Mendoza . Introduction. Cheetahs have been around the 1900s and they are being extinct as the years go by. We are trying to persuade you to help cheetahs have a bigger population and not become extinct. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Endangered Animals The Cheetah

Endangered Animals:The CheetahBy Joseph .E. Lim, Malik .I. Jarratt, and Enrique .G. Mendoza

IntroductionCheetahs have been around the 1900s and they are being extinct as the years go by. We are trying to persuade you to help cheetahs have a bigger population and not become extinct.

HabitatThe cheetah lives in forests and plains all over Africa, Iran, and Southwestern Asia.

3Speed, Weight, Height, and Life SpanThe fastest speed of a cheetah is 70 mph. The height of a cheetah is 2 -3 feet.The weight of a cheetah is 110-140.The life span of a cheetah is 10 12 years.

What and Why are the cheetahs becoming extinct?Humans are cutting down their homes which are forests and use the land for houses and other buildings that are making them move to another country or to die.

What can we do to help the cheetah population?People helped donate and you can donate books and cheetah exercise equipment to help cheetahs grow healthy or stay healthy . You can help volunteer and use your time to feed and play with cheetahs or you can also adopt a cheetah to help the cheetah population survive and grow. The website you can donate to is http://www.defenders.org/wildlife_and_habitat/wildlife/cheetah.php

6What is the cheetah population?The population 100 years ago there were about 100,000 cheetahs all over Africa, Iran, and southwestern Asia. Now 100 years past only about 9,000 cheetahs are still roaming Africa, Iran, and southwestern Asia. About 91,000 vanished or disappeared over the last 100 years.100 years ago is when the biggest of the species have been lost.

What are the chances of the cheetah population to survive?We predict that the chances of the cheetah population is 60% . If we help and donate then the population might grow half or more of the population then it already is.What is the cost for the preservation for cheetahs?The cost for preservation is 17,130.91!! If we donated and helped the cheetah population then the population will grow a lot. Thanks to the people who helped donate and spend their time helping the cheetah population!!!Fun Facts About Cheetahs1. The name cheetah comes from an Indian word meaning the spotted one.2. The animals that cheetahs eat are small antelope, springbok, gazelle, young warthogs, kudu, hartebeest, Oryx, roan and sable, also game birds and rabbits, steenbok, duikers, and impala.The animals that cheetahs eat: small antelope - springbok gazelle; young warthogs, kudu, hartebeest, Oryx, roan and sable; also game birds and rabbits, steenbok, duikers, impala and

Our Videoshttp://www.arkive.org/cheetah/acinonyx-jubatus/video-08c.htmlhttp://www.arkive.org/cheetah/acinonyx-jubatus/video-09d.html A Bibliographyhttp://www.defenders.org/wildlife_and_habitat/wildlife/cheetah.phphttp://www.cheetah.org/?nd=about&gclid=CPCug5fPz6sCFYiW7QodqjPLXAhttp://www.outtoafrica.nl/animals/engcheetah.html?zenden=2&subsoort_id=2&bestemming_id=1

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