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Why is it that cheetahs can run so fast? How can humans get to be that fast? Cheetah biologist Adrienne Crosier and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Chris Raynor explain why cheetahs are so quick and why humans and limited comparatively.

Adrienne Crosier is a biologist and manager of the cheetah reproductive and research program at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute. SCBI plays a leading role in the Smithsonians global efforts to save wildlife species from extinction and train future generations of conservationists.

You can find Dr. Chris Raynor on his YouTube Channel here:

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Cheetah anatomy illustrations courtesy of Jun Huang and Jun's Anatomy:
Human/cheetah concept illustrations by Max Wittert IG: @maxwittert | Twitter: @waxmittert
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