The cheetahs are the fastest land animal in the world and can reach speeds of 120 km/h, covering 28 meters (91 ft) in 1 second. Their foot pads are harder and less rounded than other cats, giving better grip for fast turns. Cheetah's claws are non-retractable, making them distinct from other cat species. They also have binocular vision which allows them to see up to 5 kilometers away.
Cheetahs live 8 to 10 years in the wild and up to 17 years in captivity.
Demoiselle cranes are the smallest and second most common crane species. Like all cranes, the demoiselle is known for it's elaborate dance displays. They also mate for life. The demoiselle cranes feed on plants, grass seeds, insects, and grains.
Demoiselle cranes can live more than 27 years in captivity. Their lifespan in the wild is unknown.
Caracals hunt by stalking their prey, which include rodents, small deer, other small mammals, reptiles and invertebrates. They are renowned for their expert ability to catch birds, leaping high into the air and hitting the bird with their paw. Caracals are generally nocturnal, and extract most of the water they need from their food.
They live approximately 12 years in the wild and up to 19 years in captivity.
The Yellow Baboon is one of 5 species of baboons. They are active during the day and spends most of its time on the ground foraging. The group size of the Yellow Baboon depends on food availability and the level of predation in the area. They mostly feed on grasses and insects, but their diet also includes seeds, fruits and small mammals. They are opportunist feeders and will eat whatever foods are most abundant.
Yellow Baboons can live 30 years in the wild and up to 45 years in captivity.