Cheetah are found mainly in sub-Saharan Africa, with very small populations existing in 1-2 other areas such as Iran, and occupy a wide range of habitats from desert to thick bush, but are never numerous wherever they occur. Female adult cheetah are solitary and usually have litters of 3-4 cubs. Cheetahs are predators, feeding predominantly on antelope such as Thomson’s gazelle. Cheetah have a unique system of ranging patterns and semi-socialite found in no other mammal – whereby male coalitions occupy small territories which are a fraction of the home range of solitary female cheetah. These are common animals in Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Crater.
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