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Life cycle of a cheetah

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Ching Lam

on 22 June 2011

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Cheetah The Life Cycle of a Cheetah The cheetah cub is the first animal in the cheetah's life cycle. The cheetah cub weighs from 150g to 300g at birth. Unlike some other cats, the cheetah is already born with its black spots. When the Cheetah is 2 months old it's eyes will open and it can see the wild for the first time. At 6 months old the cheetah cub will be able to stop drinking its mothers milk and eat real food. At eighteen months, the mother leaves the cubs. The cubs will then form a sibling group that will stay together for another six months. At about two years old, the female siblings leave the group, and the young males remain together for life. The following years of the cheetah's life they will hunt, sleep and mate. Then at 4 months old the cheetah cub can walk by itself.
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