After 70 years, India will see cheetahs on their soil. The Government of India has signed an MoU to bring 8 cheetahs from Namibia and… Read More »What is the cost of India’s Cheetah Project?
Indian wildlife authorities will conduct tests on all cheetahs in Kuno National Park to detect any signs of ruff-related skin inflammation. This initiative comes after… Read More »How Kuno will manage to track Cheetahs if radio caller will be removed?
The BJP-led Madhya Pradesh government has asked the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) to locate a new natural habitat for some of the cheetahs imported… Read More »MP Govt concerned about space, asks for cheetah relocation
On Wednesday, Union Minister Bhupender Yadav announced that a cheetah, which was moved from Namibia to India, has given birth to four cubs, calling it… Read More »Good News: Four Cubs born to one of the cheetahs translocated to India
One of the eight cheetahs that were relocated from Namibia to India has died due to kidney-related problems. Sasha, a five-year-old female cheetah, was part… Read More »How cheetah named ‘Shasha’ brought from Namibia died in Kuno National Park?
Kuno Palpur National Park will receive more cheetahs in the coming days, according to recent reports. These cheetahs will be an addition to the 8… Read More »Cheetah safari to be allowed from February in Kunu in MP
The condition of one of the newly introduced female cheetahs in Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh’s Sheopur district on 17 September 2022 remains serious.… Read More »Why one of female cheetah fell ill in Kuno National Park?
Due to the long delay in signing the Memorandum of Understanding between the South African Government and the Indian Government, now South Africa may exchange… Read More »Why India’s deal for Cheetahs with Pretoria dithered?
Yadvendradev Vikramsinh Jhala, a well-known biologist who played a key role in India’s Cheetah Project and has been associated with it for 13 years, has… Read More »Why biologists Jhala excluded from Cheetah project task force?
More than 70 years after they became extinct in India, eight cheetahs landed in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, from the Namibian capital Windhoek around 8 a.m.… Read More »What are the chances of African Cheetah’s survival in India?