Cheetahs are now being relocated to India. This specific species is reemerging after being extinct in the nation for more than seven decades. People are quite interested in these visitors from Namibia who are visiting India. These cheetahs are highly anticipated by the whole nation.
Cheetahs are transported by a unique aeroplane in India.
Eight cheetahs from Namibia are being transported there by a special aircraft as part of Project Cheetah. On the aircraft, a painting of a cheetah was created. Three males and five females make up the group of cheetahs brought from Namibia. They have two actual brothers as well. They are now residing in an exclusive Namibian reserve. They’ll be let out in Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park.
The first footage of cheetahs being transported from Namibia to India has emerged. A cheetah video was shared by the news organisation ANI. These cheetahs will be transported to India starting tomorrow, or on September 17.
Bringing cheetahs on PM Modi’s birthday
The unique aspect is that PM Modi’s birthday falls on September 17. PM’s birthday today will be memorable. Actually, two helicopters will transport all of these cheetahs to Kuno tomorrow, and Modi will discharge them into the park from the quarantine facility. The PM will thereafter speak at a summit of women’s self-help organisations that has been held at Karahal. He will also talk with two Sheopur ladies throughout this session.