A: Scientists are considering ARTIFICIALLY inseminating these animals.
B: BABIES will stay with mom up to a year and a half.
C: This animal is CRITICALLY ENDANGERED.
D: They like DESERTS and plains.
E: Camera EQUIPMENT in Iran is hard to come by and it's hard to get a lot of camera traps.
F: The FUR is fawn-colored. It's pale on the sides and on the muzzle.
G: GESTATION takes up to 100 days.
H: They HUNT gazelles, hares and wild sheep.
I: The Asian Cheetah is located only in IRAN.
J: It's a shame that more countries don't JOIN in the effort to save this cat.
K: KALAMAD is just one of the cheetah's reserves.
L: It's 4.5 ft. in length and the tail is 3.5 ft. in LENGTH.
M: MALES set up the territory.
N: Bikes in NATURE reserves are a serious problem for this cheetah.
O: A female will have ONE to four cubs.
P: Interesting, the IUCN Red List has this cheetah's POPULATION as stable.
Q: There is no QUITTING for the scientists in Iran. You have to give them credit for trying to save this animal.
R: New ROADS and mining seem to be two main causes of their deaths.
S: No other animal will come close to the cheetah's SPEED. It's still the fastest land animal.
T: The TERRAIN of the cheetah could be described as 'harsh.'
U: An UNDERSTANDING of this animal is incomplete because it's rarely seen.
V: The cheetahs have a 'VALUABLE' ally and that's George Schaller, a biologist.
W: The fact that they are still here and that Iran is trying is a WIN in my book.
X: There seems to be an enthusiasm in Iran of saving this animal from EXTINCTION.
Y: Females will mate when they reach two YEARS old.
Z: Fortunately, there are some Asian Cheetahs in ZOOS.