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Kuno National Park: After a while, cheetahs from Namibia came out to understand the new environment, Modi kept watching

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PM Modi and CM Shivraj kept looking at the cheetahs that came out of the cage for a long time
Two real brothers in cheetahs brought from Namibia, international guidelines are being followed
Cheetahs came to India by cargo Boeing aircraft, age is 30 to 66 months

Sheopur. Cheetahs brought by air from Namibia, about 8000 km away from Namibia in the Kuno National Park in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh, looked stunned as they stepped into their new surroundings, though they later migrated to a special enclosure designed for security. Started. Cheetahs have been introduced from Namibia as part of a project to resettle them in the country seven decades after they were declared extinct in India.

Eight cheetahs were airlifted to India on Saturday after being semi-sedated in wooden cages. Three of these cheetahs were released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the special enclosures of his new home in India at around 11.30 am on Saturday, while the remaining five were released by other dignitaries. These cheetahs, the fastest running on land, were given ‘tranquilizer’, whose effect lasts for three to five days.

As soon as it came out of the cage, the cheetah was scared for some time.
To release them from the cages in a special enclosure, a platform like platform about 10 feet high was made. From where Modi, in the presence of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, pulled them out of the cage by turning the lever, which were kept just below the stage. When the door of the cage opened, the cheetah sitting in it remained inside for some time. Soon after this, the door of the second cage was also opened by rotating the same lever and the cheetah present in it slowly stepped into its special enclosure built in Kuno National Park, admiring its new surroundings. Came into the enclosure, whose cage door was the first to open.

PM Modi and CM Shivraj kept looking at the cheetahs that came out of the cage for a long time
On leaving the cage, both the cheetahs started roaming there and one of these cheetahs ran and stood near a tree. Modi and Chouhan kept admiring him. They welcomed these cheetahs to the land of India by clapping. Prime Minister Modi also captured this historic moment in his camera. After this, Modi left the third cheetah in another special enclosure of this park, while the remaining five other leopards were released by other dignitaries in other special enclosures.

Two real brothers in cheetahs brought from Namibia, international guidelines are being followed
Official sources said that two of the cheetahs brought from Namibia are brothers. He said that as soon as they were released, the cheetahs started roaming in special enclosures prepared for security. According to sources, as per international guidelines, after the end of the isolation period, they will be freed to roam freely in the forest.

Cheetahs came to India by cargo Boeing aircraft, age is 30 to 66 months
The cargo Boeing aircraft took off from Namibia on Friday night and during a continuous journey of about 10 hours, the cheetahs were brought first to Gwalior and then to Gwalior in special wooden cages. The lifespan of these cheetahs is between 30 months and 66 months. Kuno National Park is about 8000 km from Namibia.

Prime Minister said – wait patiently for a few months to see the cheetah
Urging the countrymen, Prime Minister Modi said that the countrymen will have to wait patiently for a few months to see the cheetahs released in the Kuno National Park. He said that these cheetahs have come as our guests. Unknown to this area. To make these cheetahs our home in Kuno National Park, we have to give these cheetahs a few months time.

Tags: Gwalior news, Madhya pradesh news, PM Narendra Modi

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