The cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) is the fastest land animal in the world, reaching a top speed of 110 km/h.
Since the spring of 2013, eight cheetahs—five males and three females—have made their home at our Cheetah Research and Reproduction Centre.
In the summer of 2017, 4 cheetahs were born at Parc Safari, which was a first in Quebec. Interested in the list of all births this year? Check out the Newborns page!
Animals in Cheetah Center
He is the tallest, and often stands with his best friend Pendo. He is Laini’s brother.
He is the romantic of the group. He spends very long hours observing the females in the other pens. He is the twin brother of Nyota.
He is the most vocal of the group. He has the lightest coat, and the color of his face gives the impression that he has a mustache.
Independent and cunning
From the Toronto Zoo. He was not raised with the coalition and prefers not to mingle with them. He is the most affectionate with the zoological guardians.
Quite spry, she is afraid of wind squalls.
Affectionate, she likes the presence of her guardians.
Despite her smallness, she is very wise.
Can you spot them all?
Loving, constantly seeking the attention of his brother and his guardians.
He is the darkest and the tip of his tail is black. Haraka is the most independent of the group.
He is the largest and most imposing of the group.
Best time to visit
Plan a stop at our new Discovery Pavilion. Our zoologists are waiting for you with the Redpath Museum’s collection, which provides the backdrop for their fascinating presentations!
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