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12 South African cheetahs to land in India on February 18, join 8 Namibian cheetahs at Kuno National Park

A team of South African and Indian veterinarians and wildlife experts will accompany them on the way back.

Union Minister for Environment, Forests, and Climate Change Bhupender Yadav Thursday announced that 12 more cheetahs would be flown in from South Africa on Saturday (February 18) and that ten quarantine enclosures have been created for them at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh, where eight such felines were brought from Namibia last year.

A military C-17 aircraft left the Hindon air base in Uttar Pradesh at 6 am Wednesday for South Africa to pick up the cheetahs. A team of South African and Indian veterinarians and wildlife experts will accompany them on the way back.

For a detailed story, visit: The Indian Express

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