The reason was not explained to me, but probably the general configuration of the country is much like that near chetah.
He was still warm; and he was flat—very flat, like a rug made of chetah skin.
In India the chetah is often caught and tamed, in order that it may catch game for its master.
But the chetah only creeps up to within about two hundred yards, and then runs them down in fair chase.
We met several carts, one-horse affairs on two wheels, laden with hay for the chetah market.
When a deer or an antelope is sighted, this hood is taken off, and the chetah is released from its chain.
On leaving chetah we crossed a frozen stream tributary to the Ingodah, and proceeded rapidly over an excellent road.
The prisoners at chetah were laboring on the streets, preparing logs for house-building, or erecting fences.
When the natives want to catch a chetah or two, in order to train them for hunting, they do so in rather a curious way.
Among the prisoners at the time of my journey there was a Colonel Zyklinski confined in prison at a village north of chetah.