Living in Africa and parts of the Middle East, the Cheetah is a relatively large mammal of the family Felidae. Recognizable by his short muzzle, his two black marks starting from the eyes, and his fawn coat spotted with beige. He is today the fastest land animal in the world with a running speed of up to 72 miles per hour. After a management period of 90 to 95 days, young cheetahs are born, they weigh between 10 and 18 ounces, and have a mane along the back that allows them to hide in the grass. This will disappear in 3 months.