Bringing back a top predator restores historic evolutionary balance resulting in cascading effects on various levels of the ecosystem. Bringing the cheetah back is expected to have important conservation ramifications.
Cheetahs will be flown to Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh, where PM Narendra Modi is celebrating his birthday.
The eight cheetahs -- five females and three males -- are being brought from Namibia's capital Windhoek to Gwalior airport in a customised Boeing 747-400 aircraft, officials said.
Bhubaneswar/Bolangir: A leopard found hiding in a cowshed at Kuruli village near Kantabanji in Bolangir district has spread panic among the villagers. After the forest department was informed about it, the officials rushed to the spot. However, as per the latest reports, they have not been able to catch the leopard so far though the […]
Itanagar: A search operation to retrieve the mortal remains of six of the 13 people who were killed in the AN-32 crash on June 3 were hampered due to inclement weather in the area, the Indian Air Force (IAF) said on Saturday. The first seven bodies were recovered on Thursday. The IAF said that Cheetah and […]
Bhubaneswar: In what could become a major attraction for tourists at Nandankanan zoological park, soon two African cheetahs and a zebra will be brought to the park. As per reports, the animals will be brought from the Netherlands and the permission regarding the same has already been given by the Central Zoo Authority of India, […]