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A team of scientists from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, has teamed up with BBC Two’s Horizon program to miniaturize GPS tracking collars, originally used to study hunting cheetahs in Botswana, to follow 50 domestic cats in a Surrey Village.
Cheetahs have long been known as the fastest land animal on Earth, yet previous measurements of their top speed have only been done on captive populations. New research looks at cheetah top speed in the wild.
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With Cheetahs going from 0 to 60 mph in around three seconds, they can easily outpace last year’s Ford Mustang, but just what propels the world’s quickest land animal to record rates?
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A team of British researchers is working to discover why cheetahs are the worldâ€™s fastest animals.
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