I am writing the 3rd chapter of my Rubiks World novel and so far I have an idea of one of the major discoveries in science besides ABO blood types and that is big cats. The 5x5 cubes that found the big cats tell the other cubes about it and say that they should get some meat and bone from some of these cats. The 6x6 then says "But the cheetah runs so fast at 75 mph. How are we ever going to get a cheetah?" The 1x1 then decides to do a race for speed and endurance. The 9x9 has the best of both worlds. The 9x9 would get far behind a cheetah like if it was a cheetah predator and then once it got close, chase the cheetah to exhaustion and then catch it and bring it back to the rest of the cubes. However I see a problem with this method. Even if the physical chasing to exhaustion isn't a problem the cheetah is heavy at 100-115 lbs and in the period of time that it would take for the 9x9 to get back to the rest of the cubes the cheetah might feel like running again which would require a 2nd chase to exhaustion and so on until the cheetah is exhausted and the 9x9 is home. Even then the cheetah might run around at home requiring it to be chased once again to exhaustion. So even though the speed and endurance are both advantages here the fact that the cheetah would have to be chased to exhaustion lots of times is a disadvantage. However if they can carry heavier big cats like lions home with teamwork(and teamwork is always a good method) then there is no reason that they can't do anything similar with the cheetah except for the fact that it is very fast and would want to run out of their grip like how a gazelle wants to run out of a cheetah's grip. Another reason why they might want cheetahs is to domesticate the cheetahs over years and years to where the cat depends so much on its owner or for something that requires very fast speed. So what would be a better method for these cubes to catch and carry home cheetahs for any of these reasons?