Cheetahs seem to get a lot of attention, as the fastest mammals, they've become a symbol for speed. A cheetah can run about between 64 km/h (40 mph) and 120 km/h (75 mph).
But the world record as fastest animal in the world holds the falcon, when diving from the sky.
That record is 390 km/h (242,335 miles/h). Which was a peregrine falcon, but all falcons are known to be fast.
Can we all appreciate the fact that we humans aren't on the food list of falcons? Because only the smaller birds are physically able to be both fast and agile. The G-Force, which is up to 25 G's in the falcon's case, would probably damage larger wings- if not rip them off. Birds have a light fragile skeleton in general, to weigh as little as possible for flying. Falcon wings are short and sharp in shape.
I read that, going up with a fast speed, an average human body faints when experiencing about 5 or 6 G's, because the pressure messes with the blood circulation. You get more blood in your