South African Cheetah Gives Birth To 5 Cubs, Number In Kuno Park Now 26

South African Cheetah Offers Start To five Cubs, Quantity In Kuno Park Now 26

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South African cheetah Gamini has given start to 5 cubs at Kuno Nationwide Park.

New Delhi:

A five-year-old cheetah, dropped at the Kuno Nationwide Park in Madhya Pradesh from South Africa as a part of an bold reintroduction mission, has given start to 5 cubs, Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav stated right this moment. With this, the tally of Indian-born cubs has elevated to 13 whereas the entire variety of cheetahs, together with the cubs, is 26 on the Kuno park.

“Excessive 5, Kuno! Feminine cheetah Gamini, age about 5 years, introduced from Tswalu Kalahari Reserve, South Africa, has given start to five cubs right this moment. This takes the tally of the Indian born cubs to 13. That is the fourth cheetah litter on Indian soil and the primary litter of cheetahs introduced from South Africa,” stated Mr Yadav on X, previously Twitter.

“Congratulations to all, particularly the staff of forest officers, vets, and subject workers who’ve ensured a stress-free atmosphere for cheetahs, which has led to profitable mating and start of the cubs. The whole variety of cheetahs, together with cubs in Kuno Nationwide Park, is 26. Gamini’s legacy leaps ahead: Introducing her lovely cubs,” added the Forest Minister.

Namibian cheetah Jwala gave birth to four cubs on January 20 and Aasha, another Namibian cheetah, gave start to 3 cubs earlier that month. Whereas January recorded the start of seven cubs, it additionally witnessed the demise of Shaurya — an grownup Namibian cheetah — on January 16.

Cheetahs had been declared extinct in India in 1952. In 2022, eight Cheetahs – introduced from Namibia – had been launched in India below Mission Cheetah. Subsequently, 12 cheetahs from South Africa had been additionally translocated and launched in Kuno Nationwide Park in February 2023.

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