Cheetahs, the fastest land mammals in the world, are known and built for speed. They are considered as the nature's speed machines. They can reach running speeds of up to 70 mph (113 kph), and they can accelerate from 0 to 64 mph (103 kph) in three seconds — faster than most cars.
Cheetahs can see detail to a distance of 3 miles
The tail of a cheetah measures 2 to 3 ft.
A single stride can cover 20 feet
A cheetah can do 3.2 the average strides per second
It's paws bear closer resemblance to dogs than cats
Cheetahs have enlarged pads which offer more traction than the traditional pads of other cats
The paw's cushions have traversal folds which increase adherence to the ground
Lungs, liver, and heart are three times larger than of a lion in relation to its size
Max 60-150 breaths per minute when running