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Cheetah Reintroduction in India

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(04-26-2021, 06:49 PM)Iamwildlover Wrote: Are the cheetah also broughted from Iran according to this document it has written that cheetah will be takend from three countries south Africa,namibia and also including Iran.
If it is going to happen it will be great for Asiatic cheetah subspecies.

Thanks sir for welcoming me.
IAM very much interested in the project of reintroduction of cheetah in India.
My question is that the cheetah are brought from Iran also according to the text which is written at upper direction.
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Virtual Meeting:Kuno National Park will get eight African cheetahs, NTCA in preparation 

8 cheetahs from Africa will be brought to the forests of Kuno-Palpur. Officials of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) have started preparations after getting in-principle approval from the MP government. NTCA and Forest Department officials have held virtual meetings in this case due to Corona infection. There will be 8 cheetahs visiting the Coon National Park, 5 of them will be male and 3 female. The central government will soon give its in-principle approval to the NTCA. Garalib says that nine years ago a project to bring cheetahs to the Kuno National Park (then the sanctuary) was discussed. Nauradehi was included in this. 

Translated from google  https://www.bhaskar.com/local/mp/gwalior...87223.html
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