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Though the era’s liberating ethos had the same complicated underpinnings as the origins of animal print in fashion, Aimée Wilder’s playful pattern features a cheetah face peering back at you ($180 per roll).
There is a green, navy, and yellow plaid colorway, and a slightly bolder burgundy and cheetah-print version.
To accompany her green cheetah pants and open-back sweater, Lively also donned a cast on her right hand due to an injury while filming her upcoming movie The Rhythm Section.
This mom cheetah will go to some serious lengths to make sure her cubs are protected.
Breaking It Down The paper gives two estimates for cheetah populations.
Mowry even rocked Minaj’s matching cheetah-blonde Bride of Frankenstein-reminiscent hair.
Both Asiatic and African cheetahs are the fastest land mammals in the world.
Meanwhile, Crawford's 16-year-old daughter, runway breakout star Kaia Gerber, also walked the show in a vibrant yellow cheetah print look.
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A cheetah is a slender, long-legged cat that lives on the plains of Africa and in the Middle East, where it is threatened with extinction. It is the fastest land animal in the world over short distances and can reach a speed of 60 mph (100 kph). Its claws differ from those of other cats in being only partly retractable and lacking protective sheaths. Cheetahs purr rather than roar. Cheetahs grow to about 55 in. (140 cm) long, excluding the 29-31-in. (75-80-cm) tail, and weigh 110-130 lbs. (50-60 kg). Their coarse fur is sandy yellow above, white below, and covered with small black spots; a black streak runs down the face from the corner of each eye.
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