African Cheetas Will Be Brought To India on PM Modi's Birthday
The African Cheetahs will be brought to India From Nambia and South Africa, on 17th September, 2022.
As many as 16 Cheetahs will be brought at Kuno National Park, Madhya Pradesh on Friday, PM Modi’s Birthday.
The one minute long video shows that Two Cheetahs sitting under a tree, in National Park.
PM Modi will reintroduce Cheetahs on Saturday almost after 70 years at Kuno National Park, Madhya Pradesh Sheopur, India.
On his birthday, PM Modi will release eight Namibian cheetahs in Kuno National Park as part of his efforts to revitalise and diversify India's wildlife and habitat.
In a special cargo flight Boeing -747, Cheetahs will be brought to India from Nambia and will land in Gwalior.
After Then, Cheetahs will be brought to Kuno’s National Park in Helicopter from Gwalior.
Under the Indian government's ambitious Project Cheetah, wild species, especially cheetahs, are being brought back to their natural habitats in line with guidelines from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
India has been protecting wildlife for a long time. Project Tiger, which began in 1972 and is one of the most successful efforts to protect wildlife, has helped not only to save tigers but also to protect the whole ecosystem.
In addition to this, the reintroduction of the Cheetah, which we had just lost in our country, is a step forward and a turning point in the history of wildlife conservation in India.
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