If hunted, you will be grabbed by these animals within 1 note. Dubbed the "flying" vehicles of the times, tailless bats, leopards, brown rabbits, antelopes or horses are among the world's fastest land animals.
With the ability to accelerate up to 120km / h, the cheetah is really the fear of the animals of the African savannah. Not only running fast and having extraordinary endurance, but Cheetah also uses intelligence to judge the escape route of different types of prey, hard and pointed toes, especially assisting when they "brake" suddenly. sudden and change direction.
2. Mexican Tailless Bats
With long, narrow wings and pointed tips, this bat can reach an air speed of about 96.6 km / h, while maintaining a stable speed. They are found in Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, USA...
Many scientists believe that this species of bat was used by the US Air Force to transport small bombs into Japanese territory during the world war.
A species related to goats, but similar in appearance to antelope. Pronghorn 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 a speed of 59-65 km/h . Their strong and supple legs help them run fast and maintain a steady pace during the chase.
It is a species of barn in southwestern Africa that can reach speeds of 88 km/h. Not only running fast but also jumping up to 4m high, the "king" runs and jumps in harmony, close to wildebeest or ostrich.
An animal of the antelope family, but with shorter and sharper horns than antelope, they are native to Africa. Both father and mother are capable of running equally fast, reaching speeds of about 80.5 km/h. This is also one of the animals with a fairly long life expectancy of up to 20 years.
Blackbuck is a species of antelope native to India and around 500 in the world. With its sharp, V-shaped twisted horns, the Blackbuck is easily distinguished from other antelope species in the world. They have an amazing speed of 80 km/h and are tough for other predators.
7. Thomson's gazelle
Thomson's antelope lives in Africa and is the most common antelope species in east Africa, Kenya, Tanzania and South Sudan. Thomson antelopes have the ability to run beyond their archenemy, the king of cheetahs, in an urgent situation, they can escape thanks to their ability to turn around and run backwards very quickly in a split second.
8. Wild Brown Rabbit
Looks like a gentle, weak animal, but when hunted by enemies, a forest brown rabbit can run at an average speed of 75 km/h and reach a maximum of 77 km/h, even they can Turn around without slowing down and jump about 5-7 m high.
What distinguishes them from other rabbits are their erect and black-dotted ears, their hind legs are longer than their front legs, which makes them not only run fast, but also jump high to overcome obstacles when being hunted. This rabbit species is in danger of extinction when agricultural activities take place on a large scale and on a larger scale. There are only a very small number of Brown Rabbits left in the UK, Western Europe, Canada, South and Central America.
The Greyhound is a European breed of hunting dog, mainly bred for show and racing. Today, greyhounds are also kept indoors. The Greyhound can reach a speed of 74 km/h in 6 steps and maintain this speed for 11 km.
Dubbed "athletes" in the animal kingdom, most horses have extremely fast running speeds and the ability to maintain high speeds for the longest time of any animal in the world. There are about 350 breeds of horses and the average speed of each type ranges from 56-70km/h. In addition, they also have the ability to coordinate well when running with the herd.