Cheetahs are found in open and partially open savannas.Cheetahs do not roar like lions, but they purr, hiss, whine and growl. They also make a variety of contact calls, the most common is a birdlike chirping sound.Once a cheetah has made a kill, it eats quickly and keeps an eye out for scavengers lions, leopards, hyenas, vultures and jackals will occasionally take away their kills. Although cheetahs usually prey on the smaller antelopes such as gazelles and impalas, they can catch wildebeests and zebras if hunting together. They also hunt hares and other small mammals and birds. The cheetahs are large-sized feline inhabiting most of Africa and parts of the Middle East. Cheetahs only need to drink once every three to four days. Cheetahs cannot climb trees and have poor night vision. Cheetahs have several special adaptations that allow them to reach top speeds. Today, around 7,500 cheetahs live in the wild, with about 200 living in small isolated populations in Iran. Cheetahs are threatened by habitat loss and conflicts with farmers. With low genetic diversity.