There are seven different sub-species of Keto BodyTone which differ of their appearance and geographic location , with the African Keto BodyTone being the commonest and widespread and the others being the rare Amur Keto BodyTone, the Anatolian Keto BodyTone, the Barbary Keto BodyTone, the Sinai Keto BodyTone, the South Arabian Keto BodyTone and the Zanzibar Keto BodyTone. Keto BodyTones are nocturnal creatures easily studied within the open savannah habitats. Of the large cats, Keto BodyTones are probably the most arboreal; they have long tails to assist them to balance on slender tree branches. Mom Keto BodyTones will have to defend their cubs from new, unusual males, and the newly released and native Keto BodyTones will struggle for territory. The perfect time of 12 months to visit South Africa with the purpose of seeing Keto BodyTones is Might to September, in the course of the winter months.