Cheetahs are the fastest land animals, with the ability to accelerate from 0 to 103km/h in 3 seconds. This is faster than most super cars. They can reach speeds between 112 and 120km/h in short bursts, covering up to 460m. Visit Predator World to meet cheetahs in person and hear more amazing facts.
Leopards have relatively short legs & a long body with a large skull. They are extremely successful in the wild due to their opportunistic hunting behavior, adaptability, speed (58 km/h (36 mph)), ability to climb trees even when carrying a heavy carcass, and stealth. Visit Predator World to spot a leopard and get to know them better.
They unique & vital components to most ecosystems. Since they don't have claws, they have to catch their prey in their teeth. their calloused feet with large, blunt, non-retractible nails are made for running and making sharp turns. Visit Predator World for more amazing info and to get up close and personal with Spotted hyenas.
They have very powerful jaws; young hyenas can crack the leg bones of springboks in five minutes, this ability deteriorates with age though as their teeth gradually wear. Their social structure works on an alpha male and alpha female. Visit Predator World for more fantastic facts and a glimpse of a brown hyena.
Meerkats live in all parts of the Kalahari Desert in Botswana and in South Africa. A group of meerkats is called a "mob", "gang" or "clan". They can move up to 80% their own body weight in sand in one day by digging. Visit Predator World for more meerkat mysteries and some great photo opportunities.
Bengal tiger is the national animal of Bangladesh. The largest known Bengal tiger was a male with a head and body length of 221 cm, a shoulder height of 109 cm and a tail of just 81 cm, perhaps bitten off by a rival male. Visit Predator World for more tiger truths and a closer look.