Air Force plane carrying 12 cheetahs leaves from South Africa, will be released in Kuno National Park.


New Delhi : Twelve cheetahs coming from South Africa have began their journey to India. Union Setting, Forest and Local weather Change Minister Bhupendra Yadav gave this info by tweeting on Friday (February 17). He mentioned that the C-17 Globemaster plane of the Indian Air Force will ship 12 Cheetahs to India tomorrow. Bhupendra Yadav had instructed on Saturday that 12 cheetahs can be launched of their enclosures in Kuno Nationwide Park (KNP). There are seven males and 5 females in these 12 cheetahs and that is the second batch of cheetahs coming to Kuno. Earlier, the primary batch of eight cheetahs from Namibia was launched into the enclosures of Kuno Nationwide Park in Madhya Pradesh by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 17 final 12 months on the event of his 72nd birthday.

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