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Visit to Columbus Zoo

A little while ago, we went to the Colubus Zoo in Ohio, USA. We were expecting to see a cheetah, but instead we saw FOUR CHEETAHS! Two of them were in their enclosure (I'll tell you more about that below) but we also saw a cheetah run where they had a dog toy zoom across... Continue Reading →

Happy International Cheetah Day!

You might not believe it, but today, December 4th, is International Cheetah Day! Time to celebrate! You should do things that help cheetahs on this spectacular day, such as donating to a cheetah fund like the Cheetah Conservation Fund, or making a simple picture of a cheetah. CCF also has an International Cheetah Day post... Continue Reading →

Visit to the National Zoo

My first time! Two staff talked to me about cheetah facts. The National Zoo We visited the National Zoo, in Washington, D.C., in August, for me to see a cheetah for the first time! If you look at the first picture, you will see me pointing to the cheetah. It's kind of hard to see,... Continue Reading →

Seven types

Did you know that there are not one, not two, but SEVEN TYPES of cheetahs?! The Tanzanian cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus raineyi)The Sudan cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus soemmeringii)The South African cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus jubatus)The Northwest cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus hecki)The Asiatic cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus venaticus)The King cheetah, which is extinct in the wild (Acinonyx jubatus)And the Tiger cheetah, which I don't... Continue Reading →

Baby cheetah at Cincinnati Zoo!

Rozi (pronounced Rosie) is a great, or I should say purr-fect, new cheetah at the Cincinnati Zoo in Ohio, USA. This cub is no more than 1 MONTH OLD! She was a only child to a cheetah in an Oregon zoo, and so her mom couldn't produce enough milk for her. There is an association... Continue Reading →

Sad news about a beloved cheetah…

Light-as-a-Feather was rescued from traffickers by CCF in 2018. As CCF says on its YouTube channel: "In early 2021 Cheetah Conservation Fund lost its orphaned resident cheetah named Light as a Feather or Feather for short. She came to CCF as a three week old cub and was very ill and malnourished. Dr. Laurie Marker... Continue Reading →


Why are cheetahs not good at hiding??? If you think you know what the answer is, post it in the comment box and I will update the post saying you were the one who solved it! update: My grandma was the first one to solve it! "Because they are spotted."-my grandma

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