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Chris Johnson is about to get eaten by a cheetah

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by JCBRAVE, Jul 23, 2013.

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    I think cheetahs have very little stamina.... But CJ2K better be faster than Hester in case the cheetah is hungry
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    Relative to other wild animals yes. They can sprint farther than humans though.
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    I bet I could take a cheetah if I had to, they dont like confrontation so one good kick to the ribs should do it.
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    I worked at a safari zoo for a bit and they were part of come cheetah breeding program. Owner's wife ran it. She let me get close and play with them a little a couple times. There is not much to a cheetah. Kinda like a greyhound. All skin and bones. They are not terribly dangerous.
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    It's amazing how the spots are raised on their fur though. Kinda like bumps.
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    It is. And cool how they feel. Also love the claws on them. Only cats that have claws that do not retract.
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    I got to pet one in Cape Town at a Cheetah Sanctuary. They seem to be just really big cats, much different to a Lion or Leopard.
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    Yeah, they are different. The person who headed the breeding program told me they are a much older species of cat than lions, tigers, etc. Also got to hold a tiger cub in Malaysia. That was cool. It was half asleep and I could feel it breathing.
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    I held a tiger cub in Thailand, didn't want to know me. Wanted it's bottle.

    Got to pet Lion cubs as well. That was interesting...especially when s/he started licking my hand.
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