Cheetahs coming from Namibia will hunt these deer in India, 181 cheetals left in the forest
Chidikho Sanctuary near Narsinghgarh has a large number of chital and deer. Because of this, 181 chital cunos have been brought from here. At the same time, the cheetal is said to be the favorite prey of the cheetah. Namibian cheetahs will now be able to increase their numbers by staying fit while hunting these cheetahs.
In order to satisfy the hunger of cheetahs being brought to India from Nabimia, 181 cheetals have been released in Kuno National Park in Sheopur district. These cheetals have been brought here from Chidikho Sanctuary located in Narsinghgarh in Rajgarh district of Madhya Pradesh. Now on September 17, Namibian cheetahs will also be brought to the Kuno National Park. These cheetahs will be released in the enclosure here by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. At present, after taking stock of the preparations for the living of the cheetahs, they are being completed.
According to the information, these 8 cheetahs include two males of five and a half years, a male of four and a half years, a female of two and a half years, a female of 4 years, a female of two years and two female cheetahs of 5 years are also included. All these cheetahs are being brought from different areas of Namibia.