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Three deaths of project cheetahs in three months

In Kuno National Park, three cheetah deaths in three months led the suspect to suspect that the massive transcontinental relocation of the species to India may have failed.

On Tuesday, Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh reported about the three incidents that occurred while the wild cat was introduced in India by Africa.

According to the 20 cheetahs that have been introduced in the national park, which was the first transcontinental relocation project to report the deaths of three,

A cheetah named Daksha was killed in a park fight with another cheetah inside the park. The previous month, two other cheetahs, named Sasha and Uday, died of illness.

Their biological name is Acinonyx Jubatus, and they are famous for their speed and agility. They are fast animals with aerodynamic supremacy and acceleration power from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 3 seconds.

The government aims to restore ecosystems and conserve the species of cheetah in India. In 1952, the Asiatic cheetah was declared extinct according to the Red Book.

According to the 2009 census report, the project suffered bureaucratic delays before 2022, when eight cheetahs were reported in B747 Jumbo Jets.

On the other side, female cheetah Siyaya has given birth to four cubs since 1952. This is the first time cheetah breeding has happened, which could be a reintroduction of the animals into ecology. The increase in animal-human conflict will be a major challenge.

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