And of these could be counted a goodly array; four lions, with two lionesses, three leopards, and a couple of cheetahs!
One of the men came and released me from my undignified position, and I could then see how the cheetahs were secured.
They kill tigers and cheetahs, and the remains of hogs and deer are to be found in their path.
Both the leopards and cheetahs are commonly spoken of in South Africa as tigers.
Cheetahs are also found, including a rare woolly variety peculiar to the Karroo.
Zoos and menageries know them as leopards—in India they are cheetahs, and are trained to course deer and antelope.