Entry of 12 cheetahs will be in Kuno National Park, expected to reach by February 18


Kuno Nationwide Park: The second batch of 12 cheetahs is anticipated to reach from South Africa on February 18 at Kuno Nationwide Park (KNP) in Madhya Pradesh. A senior official of the Forest Division gave this info right now. Six months in the past, 8 cheetahs had been introduced right here from Namibia. Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) JS Chauhan stated that as per the present plan, 12 extra cheetahs are being dropped at KNP on February 18. He stated that cheetahs might be introduced from South Africa to Gwalior earlier than being taken to Kuno. At current, the variety of female and male cheetahs within the batch of 12 cheetahs just isn’t recognized. He stated that in response to the principles, the cheetahs can be saved in isolation for a month.

Eight cheetahs introduced from Namibia on 72nd birthday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the primary batch of eight cheetahs (5 females and three males) introduced from Namibia into the KNP enclosures on September 17, his 72nd birthday. The primary batch of cheetahs is at present in massive enclosures earlier than being launched utterly into the wild. Almost seven a long time after the extinction of this species in India, cheetahs are being resettled within the nation. The final cheetah within the nation died in 1947 in Koriya district of present-day Chhattisgarh and the species was declared extinct in India in 1952.

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