Lounging with the cheetahs
Uneasy lies the head that wears a human hand!
Cheetahs can attain speeds from 0 to 90 kms in three seconds!
At such high speeds most animals cannot see, but the cheetah has an image stablizer built in.
When they are off to catch its prey their head is the only part of the body which remains steady; the tail acts as a rudder in navigating sharp turns.
The cheetah has tear marks on its face which helps reduce the glare during hunting in harsh sunlight.