Translation of cheetah in Spanish:

cheetah

guepardo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃidə/ /ˈtʃiːtə/

noun

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    guepardo masculine
    chita feminine
    • Some of the animals highlighted in the photographs include lions, cheetahs, rhinos, hippos, giraffes and chimpanzees.
    • Here, in open vehicles, accompanied by rangers and trackers, you are virtually guaranteed close-ups of lions, leopards and cheetahs, and possibly even wild dogs.
    • I don't rightly know how these panthers and cheetahs and tigers came to inhabit the park in the first place.
    • First, I tested whether cheetahs avoid hyenas and lions.
    • I worked with the big cats, lions, cheetahs, and eventually the tigers.
    • Fleet-footed animals, such as gazelles and cheetahs, aren't the only livings things that rely on speed for their survival.
    • An innovative program that provides guard dogs to livestock farmers at a modest cost may be helping to save wild cheetahs in southern Africa.
    • The dogs, Anatolian shepherds, live with the livestock on the range and protect them from cheetahs and leopards.
    • The White Oak plantation in the north of the state is a 7,500 acre area of conservation where rhinos, cheetahs, zebras and giraffes roam freely.
    • The East is the nesting place of the eagle and hawk, but also the home of mountain sheep and African cheetahs.
    • Impalas normally stay in small herds for protection from lions, cheetahs and other enemies.
    • At Australia Zoo, we're getting two male cheetahs from Africa and two females cheetahs from another zoo in Australia.
    • Lions, leopards and cheetahs catch and eat their own dinner.
    • By day, follow expert Masai guides on foot to spot lions, cheetahs, and wildebeests without disturbing their habitats.
    • With the grace of a snake and the speed of a cheetah, it snatches the rodent in its teeth and yanks it into the burrow.
    • In a single morning you can see lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog and unlimited plains game.
    • He even studied the running form of fast animals, including cheetahs and greyhounds.
    • Ancestors of cheetahs and lions and elephants existed in North America some 13,000 years ago.
    • Unlike the males, which move about in bachelor groups of two or three and who like to hunt together, female cheetahs move about and hunt singly.
    • But changing human attitudes toward cheetahs is only part of the battle to save Earth's fastest land mammal.