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Indian Govt finalised deals for cheetahs from South Africa & Namibia

Indian Govt finalised deals for cheetahs from South Africa & NamibiaThe Govt of India has completed deals with South Africa and Namibia to receive the planet’s fastest animals, cheetahs. cheetahs have become extinct in India and will be released into the wild at Kuno Palpur, Madhya Pradesh, by 2022. 

  • India signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with South Africa and Namibia. as per an MoU, There will be 12 cheetahs from South Africa and 8 from Namibia.
  • A group of four officials will go for training in Namibia and South Africa from May 29 to June 9.
  • A group of four officials includes divisional forest officer Prakash Kumar Verma, assistant conservator of forests Amritanshu Singh, veterinarian Onkar Anchal and National Tiger Conservation Authority deputy inspector general Rajendra G Garawad.
  • the team will be learned about working with cheetahs, their diet, health, enclosure management, livestock depredation, anaesthesia, management in the wild and cheetah immobilization exercise.

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