You may be surprised with the top 10 fastest animals in the world listed in the article below. Let’s check out!
1. Cheetah (112-120km/h)
The cheetah is the fastest species in the world. Cheetah is the fastest species in the world, with a running speed that can reach 112-120 km/h. A cheetah can reach a maximum running speed in 60 seconds and is capable of accelerating from 0 to 96 km/h in 3 seconds.
If there is a race for the fastest animals, cheetah would be the winner. Long legs, deep chest cavity, small waist and flexible spine help this species achieve amazing speed when running. Cheetah is classified as a group of endangered animals, only found scattered in Africa.
2. Mexican tailed bat (96.6km/h)
Mexican tailed bats are the most surprisingly fast species among terrestrial animals. After the cheetah, the Mexican tailed bat is the most surprisingly fast species among terrestrial animals. Its long, narrow wings and pointed tips help this bat reach an aerial speed of about 96.6 km/h while maintaining a stable speed.
They are found in Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, the USA… Many scientists believe that this bat was used by the US Air Force to transport small bombs into Japanese territory during the war. 2nd world.
3. Pronghorn (88.5km/h)
Pronghorn (Antilocapridae) is a relative of goats but has a shape that is easy to confuse with antelope. This is considered one of the fastest animals in North America with an average speed of 88.5 km/h, when sprinting reaches 98 km/h and can maintain speeds from 59-65 km/h. Their strong legs help them run and maintain a steady pace.
4. Springbok (88km/h)
Springbok is a gazelle species in South Africa. In addition to the fast speed, this species is also capable of jumping about 4m high. However, unlike the pronghorn, springbok species cannot run long distances and are still hunted by cheetahs or leopards. This is a quite close animal, which can live in herds with wildebeest or ostrich. They live mainly in southwestern Africa.
5. Wildebeest antelope (80.5km/h)
This breed has a cow and antelope-like appearance, short and sharp horns. Wildebeest is a species of the antelope family, native to Africa. Wildebeest’s female and male breeds are capable of running at speeds of about 80.5km/h.
This breed has a cow and antelope-like appearance, short and sharp horns. They often move in large swarms to make it difficult for predators.