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Baby Boom at Kuno National Park as Six Cubs Born to Cheetah Gamini Raises Count to 27

© Photo : Twitter/ @byadavbjpFour cheetah cubs born at the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh
Four cheetah cubs born at the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh - Sputnik India, 1920, 18.03.2024
The Indian government's initiative to revive the cheetah population in the country, which had gone extinct in 1952, has successfully increased their count to 27, including 14 cubs at the Kuno National Park in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
The video featuring six newborn cheetah cubs at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh has captured the hearts of netizens, who are praising the conservationists for their remarkable efforts in reviving a feline species that was declared extinct by the government 70 years ago.
Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav on Monday tweeted the video and said that African cheetah 'Gamini' has given birth to six cubs instead of five as reported previously.
"Gamini's legacy leaps forward! There is no end to joy: It is not five, but six cubs!...," Yadav tweeted.
With this, the cheetah count at the KNP has increased to 27, including 14 cubs.
As part of the ambitious cheetah reintroduction project, a total of eight Namibian cheetahs—comprising five females and three males—were released into specially designed enclosures at the KNP on September 17, 2022.
In February 2023, an additional twelve cheetahs were transported to the park from South Africa. Gamini is one of the members of this group, who originated from South Africa. Unfortunately, since March last year, ten cheetahs - including three cubs born to Jwala - have passed away.
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