Kuno National Park witnesses death of male cheetah, Suraj, further jeopardising endangered species’ reintroduction program
Officials fear extreme heat might be one of the factors behind the deaths of cubs
Union environment ministry say that one female cheetah got fatally injured due to aggression of a male cheetah
In this YouTube video, we delve into the controversial death of cheetahs in Kuno National Park. Concerns have been raised about whether India’s climate can accommodate Africa-born cheetahs or if there are deeper issues at play. The New Indian speaks to wildlife activist Ajay Dubey, who believes that the failure of wildlife management needs to […]
There are several challenges of keeping translocated cheetahs healthy. Their immediate habitat, diet, and other such factors have to be taken care of. The Environment Ministry has made elaborate plans to keep the big cats safe and happy
Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park will welcome 12 big cats from South Africa on February 18th, informed Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav at a press conference in the national capital on Thursday. There are seven male and five female Cheetahs in this batch. They will be travelling from Johannesburg to Gwalior by Indian Airforce Boeing C-17. […]
Cheetahs, the world’s fastest mammals, are about to be reintroduced to the country, 70 years after they were formally declared extinct.