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Cheetahs are coming back to India! Agreement with this country, dozens of cheetahs will come every year



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Soon India will receive dozens of leopards from South Africa.
An agreement has also been reached between the two countries to bring the leopard.
Each year, 12 African cheetahs will be brought to India.

The cap: The cheetah, which is called the fastest animal in the world, returns to the country after a long time. India will receive dozens of African cheetahs from South Africa in the coming days. An agreement was also reached between the two countries. The Ministry of the Environment gave this information on Thursday. The ministry said: “This agreement is for eight to ten years. Under this agreement, 12 leopards will be brought to India every year. About 70 years ago, a species of big cat like the cheetah disappeared from India. Last year, 8 cheetahs were brought to India from Namibia.

According to the Reuters news agency report, South Africa’s environment department said in a statement that “12 cheetahs will be transported from here (South Africa) to India in February 2023.” In September last year, eight radio-collared African cheetahs were released into Kuno National Park in central India after traveling 8,000 km from Namibia. This work was done on the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday. These cheetahs were brought to Gwalior ahead of Namibia in a very special plane from ‘Terra Avia’. From where they were all taken to Kuno National Park by two helicopters.

One of the 8 female cheetahs brought back from Namibia sick for two days, kidney infection; The task force has reached Kuno Shrine

One in 8 female cheetahs sick
One of the 8 female cheetahs brought from Namibia to Kuno National Park is sick. He’s got a kidney infection, dehydration for two days. There is a lack of water in his body. As soon as this information was received, there was a stir among the officials of Kuno Forestry Division. The Bhopal Van Vihar team immediately intervened for the treatment of the female cheetah. It is said that the female cheetah was kept under the supervision of doctors.

Keywords: India, Namibia, South Africa, world news