The roots in cheetahs wallpaper
Did you know that the name cheetah comes from a Hindi word, "chita", meaning "spotted one"? The spot patterns are unique to each cat and help to provide camouflage when hunting. Cheetahs wallpaper display this subtly but in an artistic and marvelous manner. The details of this artistry is so intricate, but if you were looking at it from a distance, you might not be able to distinguish the feline from its surroundings. Cheetahs were kept as hunting companions by pharaohs and depicted in statues and paintings in tombs. Ancient Egyptians believed a cat goddess named Mafdet, often pictured with a cheetah's head, would speed the pharaoh's soul to the afterworld. This intense symbolism is perfect for someone who likes culture and the arts. Cheetahs wallpaper can be a reflection of your personality and character which values these things. There are ideal dramatic motifs you can display proudly in your foyer or the living room, for instance. The varied hues of this category by Photowall in cheetahs wallpaper give it an even more regal air. Your interiors will feel like an extension of an art gallery!
Vital and significant
Aside from being incredible to look at, cheetahs wallpaper can also have a deeper context and purpose. Sadly, the cheetah is the most vulnerable of the world’s big cats. Their pop culture presence might create the impression that they are as secure in nature as they are in the popular imagination. They are not. A few centuries ago cheetahs roamed from the Indian subcontinent to the shores of the Red Sea and throughout much of Africa. All in all, fewer than 10,000 cheetahs survive in the wild today. Cheetahs wallpaper can be the gateway for your family, friends and visitors to spread the word about protecting these beautiful creatures. Let these works of art be the inspiration to get more involved in the conservation of this magnificent beast. There are plenty of child-friendly items in cheetahs wallpaper like "Cheetah Kingdom" that can be that ideal wall decoration in the young ones' room.
Cheetahs wallpaper and their trademark
This big cat can reach speeds of 97 to almost 113 kilometers an hour over short distances. After a chase, however, a cheetah needs half an hour to catch its breath before it can eat. You can see in cheetahs wallpaper like "Lurking Cheetahs - Midnight" how they contemplate before making the next move on their hunt. These animals can go from nought to 90 kilometers and hour in three seconds flat! Their claws work rather like studs on football boots for extra grip when sprinting, while their long, muscular tail acts as a rudder, helping them make sharp turns, while chasing prey such as antelope or hares. "Jungle Insights" is an artsy example of this, as one of these big cats catches a very agile antelope despite the size difference. The beautiful backdrop of this cheetahs wallpaper makes this seem almost romantic. Motifs such as these can provide your space with depth and dimension. Let cheetahs wallpaper equip your walls with artistry, colour and life.