The cheetah can reach speeds of nearly 95 km/h in 3 seconds from a standing start. The cheetah's top speed is approximately 120 km/h.
the second-fastest land animal, but it also possesses the endurance to maintain a steady pace over extended distances, with a maximum running speed of 56 km/h for 6 km.
Springbok unique abilities allow them to escape pursuing predators, including abrupt turns while racing at speed and three-meter-high bounce-like hops.
Wildebeest physique makes them more suited to endurance running than to sprinting, which aids in their epic, ongoing overland journey.
the lion is the fastest big cat in the world (a cheetah is not a big cat!) with a top speed of 80 km per hour.
They are able to maintain their top speed of 80 km per hour for over 1.5 km, helped by their huge strides of 6.5 meters.
Hares can run up to 80 kilometres per hour on their strong, muscular hind legs to outrun predators in their grassland surroundings.