The Cheebrah is a large-sized feline that has a coat that has the ability to blend in with its surroundings. The Cheebrah comes from the same family as the cheetahs, which would explain the similar physical appearances between the two. The Cheebrah was first discovered by Dr. Phil Brans in the San Jose State University campus. The Cheebrah’s main source of food comes from unassuming students that roam around the school campus. The Cheebrah’s amazing ability to blend in with its surroundings makes it a very difficult animal to spot from any distance. Asides from its ability to blend in with its surroundings, the Cheebrah is also the fastest living land animal, today. It has the ability to reach between 150-175 mph, and can maintain that speed for up to five seconds before it needs to rest.

Physical attributes

The adult Cheebrah weighs from 90 to 200 pounds. The head-body length is between 50-100 inches. The tail adds about 20-30 inches to its body length. The Cheebrahs are about 30 to 40 inches tall where their shoulders are. Although the Cheebrah has the ability to blend in with its surroundings it also has the choice to stay in its natural form. The Cheebrah’s natural coat is dark blue with silver spots, similar to that of a cheetah.


Due to the combination of extreme agility and camouflage, the Cheebrah has no problem catching its preys. The Cheebrah typically likes to hunt students that seem to be unaware of his/her surroundings due to an excessive amount of partying.

(John Suh)

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