AnAge entry for Acinonyx jubatus Classification (HAGRID: 01759). Acinonyx jubatus Common name Cheetah Synonyms Acinonyx rex Lifespan, ageing, and relevant traits Maximum longevity 20.5 years (captivity) Source ref. 671 Sample size Large Data quality High Observations. One wild born male was about 20.5 years old when he died in captivity. Life history traits (averages) Female sexual.
Abstract: In order to accurately assess the status of the cheetah Acinonyx jubatus it is necessary to obtain data on numbers and demographic trends. However, cheetahs are notoriously difficult to survey because they occur at very low population densities and are often shy and elusive. In South Africa the problem is further complicated in areas where land is privately owned, restricting access.
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The Exotic Mammal Pelt Spheres were made using the Swedish Graal process. A photograph of the flat animal pelt is manipulated and transferred to the glass so the image can be sandblasted onto the surface. The marbles are sized in proportion to the size of each animal and the opposing poles of the design correspond to the neck and tail of the pelt.
The Asiatic cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus venaticus) nowadays can be found only in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Historically, it range spread across the Middle East, Central Asia, north into southern Kazakhstan and southeast into India. The main cause of decline was most probably depletion of the prey base, direct killing and live capturing of cheetahs, as they have been trained by the.
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The Cheetah (Acinonyx Jubatus) is the fastest land mammal on earth, capable of speeds of 60-70 miles per hour. Cheetahs live 12 years (17 in captivity) and mature at 20-23 months of age. They are highly territorial. A typical adult cheetah weighs between 80 and 140 pounds and eats about 6 pounds of meat per day. They rarely drink more than once every four to ten days. Native to Africa and.