The cheetah is the world's fastest land mammal. With acceleration that would leave most automobiles in the dust, a cheetah can go from 0 to 60 miles (96 kilometers) an hour in only three seconds
The elephant is distinguished by its high level of intelligence, interesting behavior, methods of communication and complex social structure.
Lions are the only cats that live in groups, which are called prides. Prides are family units that may include up to three males, a dozen or so females, and their young
The strip pattern on every zebra is unique.
The ungainly gnu earned the Afrikaans name wildebeest, or "wild beast," for the menacing appearance presented by its large head, shaggy mane, pointed beard, and sharp, curved horns
Giraffes prefer habitats where there is an abundance of acacia trees on which they feed
The eland is the largest living antelope. The eland travels long distances throughout the year. As it moves, it makes a clicking noise caused by the two halves of each hoof striking together.
A male leopard can drag a carcass three times its own weight – including small giraffes – six metres up at tree.
Several antelope make a warning noise that sounds like a dog barking
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