The plane left for Gwalior from Namibia with cheetahs, ready to welcome the Kuno National Park

Project Cheetah: Chetahs are returning to India after 70 years. Coincidentally prime Narendra Modi. A special cargo plane carrying eight cheetahs from Namibia left for Gwalior on Friday night. A senior official of the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has given information. Of the eight African cheetahs, five are females and three are males. The lifespan of all cheetahs is 4-6 years. Madhya Pradesh Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) JS Chauhan told ‘PTI-Bhasha’ The special flight carrying eight cheetahs and crew members took off from Namibian capital Windhoek at around 8.30 am (Indian time) today.

Special plane carrying cheetahs leaves for Gwalior

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PM Modi will leave the first cheetah at Quarantine No.1 

Air is taken care of in the wooden box. Cheetah has an ancient history in India. The word ‘cheetah’ is believed to be derived from Sanskrit. The cheetah is considered to be the fastest running animal. A cheetah can run at a speed of 100-200 kmph. Tomorrow is going to be an important day for India. Is. African cheetahs to be released in Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park. Kuno National Park is a suitable place for cheetahs. SP Yadav, head of Project Cheetah, told that Prime Minister Modi will leave the first cheetah at Quarantine Number One. 

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