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This chart shows how it measures up to other species when it comes to genetic diversity A combination of the cheetah's elongated legs, slim aerodynamic skulls, enlarged heart and semi-retractable claws that grip the earth like a runner's shoes allow it to race after prey, going from 0-60mph (96km/h) in a mere three seconds.
Two genes - TAOK2 and ADORA1 were involved with stress response, while certain genetic duplications suggested 'gene regions and plausible gene candidates that might influence cheetah energetics, nutrition and sensory adaptations.' 'These selected, expanded or duplicated genes are all possible explanatory candidates for mediating the cheetah's adaptation to high-speed acceleration and short-term endurance,' the researchers wrote.
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They found that three million years since the cheetah first appeared, 11 genes have mutated to increase the cheetah's muscle contraction and stress response, increasing their ability to run incredibly fast.'Certain genes that mediate energy metabolism showed selective acceleration and are candidates for the cheetah's adaptions to high-speed pursuit,' the study, published in the journal Genome Biology, said.