The cheetahs, which became extinct in the year 1952, will once again be seen running and running on the soil of India. Madhya Pradesh of Kuno National Park They have a new place. Actually, eight cheetahs from Namibia have been brought to India by special cargo plane. These cheetahs from Gwalior this morning Maharaja Airport and then by three special helicopters of the army, they were taken to Kuno National Park. However, first they will be kept in a special enclosure for a few days and then when they get used to the air, water and environment here, then they will be released in the forest.
Prime Minister Modi is not only happy with the arrival of cheetahs once again in India, but there is a wave of happiness in the whole country. even on social media #CheetahIsBack Top trending. Users are giving different types of reactions. Some are saying that ‘Welcome Back’, while some are expressing happiness by sharing memes.
Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) | Maasai Mara | Kenya | Oct 2015 pic.twitter.com/LSnOAQq8Ow
— Suresh Basavaraju (@SureshBVSK) September 17, 2022
— Tanishq Ganu (@smart__leaks) September 17, 2022
#breaking #India is going to be home once again to the majestic presence of #Cheetahthe #worlds fastest land animal. “Gwalior Madhya Pradesh”
“Bharat”#CheetahIsBack #IndiaWelcomesCheetah #KunoNationalPark #MadhyaPradesh, pic.twitter.com/sN4lBwDgrE
— Arpana Kumari (@K2Kumari) September 17, 2022
Here they are!
Welcome to your new home Cheetah
MP which is Tiger & Leopard State will now become Cheetah State too.
— The Madhya Pradesh Index (@mp_index) September 17, 2022
— SAKET (@Saket_Badola) September 17, 2022
— Hari Chandana (@harichandanaias) September 17, 2022
— Neelkant Bakshi (@neelkantbakshi) September 17, 2022
— Shyam Bohra (@Bohrashyam2) September 17, 2022
– Vishwajith Vishwa (@VishwajithPodi2) September 17, 2022
— DeshBhakt (@deshbhakt94) September 17, 2022
After 70 years cheetah came to our country from Africa. Today 17/09/2022
Welcome to India
8 cheetahs (5 male and 3 female ) Kuno Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh. pic.twitter.com/2pHGnDzggx
— Dr. Tanveer Akhtar Khan (@TanveerAkhtarK6) September 17, 2022
— Ajay Yadav (@AmaZingAj4) September 17, 2022
, It’s Time to Roar!!
Welcome to India bro
Thank You NAMIBIA! pic.twitter.com/qlnvHzHzqr
— Aparesh Karnik (@ApareshKarnik) September 17, 2022
— Varun Thakkar (@varunthakkar156) September 17, 2022
It is being said that PM Modi’s ‘Project Cheetah’ has been successful. Cheetahs have returned to the country after 70 years.
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