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Indian Cheetah

India Vinod Offline
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Just another predator that fell prey to Royal hunting games, the Indian Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus venaticus) is the only specie which became extinct in India in last 100 years.

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It is believed that the last three Indian Cheetahs were shot in 1947 in Sarguja, Madhya Pradesh by Maharajah Ramanuj Pratap Singh Deo. He can be seen here with the last Indian Cheetahs

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a rare footage of pet Cheetahs hunting for their masters

A cheetah party returning from hunt c 1900

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 an Indian cheetah preserved at the Regional Museum of Natural History, Mysore.

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a photograph of Indian Cheetah cubs by Major G.S. Rodon at Dharwar, August 17, 1897

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a hunting party Baroda, around 1895

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India sanjay Offline
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Execllent thread vinod, Indian Cheetah are forgatten animals.
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United States Pckts Offline
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Indian cheetahs are probably just african cheetahs.

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