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NathalyN

  • one year ago

Two adaptations to finding mates CHEETHA

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    @Rushwr can you help you have been looking my questions snce a long time ??

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    Cheetahs are mostly solitary animals with the exception that some males may live in small groups

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    thamks can you give on emore please medal

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    it is like this the above given reason is also not a straight forward answer okai?// Usually cheetahs are living in a competitive environment right? So the ones who are adapted well that means the ones who can run fast and catch the prey fast are able to survive. Hence only he surviving ones can reproduce. Inorder to mate or to find the mate you should be able to survive first right? The specials adaptations are more likely to be is the ability to run fast for that great speed comes from their long stride and limber but muscular legs.

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    I am not that keen on thi matter though tht is why I didn't reply to this. @NathalyN

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    yea but it has to about mating!?

  10. NathalyN
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    not about there speeed i wrote abotu that already

  11. Rushwr
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    Cheetahs other adaption is their color.Their variegated dark spots on a light background help camouflage them to some degree.

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    And sideline answers are also correct u also can take the fact that they have bigger nasal cavities that allow it to suck greater air needed as they sprint for their prey

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    okay i wrote that already about thier spots 2 times but anyway i willllse were can i find the last adaption about Mating!?

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    In order to stop immediately, the cheetah has a highly specialized, pointed pad in the back of each front leg. So, while going full speed, the cheetah can slam its two front legs down, hard.

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    Nice teamwork!

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    Thank you @kingalex123

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