LONDON/NEW DELHI — Eight radio-collared African cheetahs step out on to the grassland of Kuno Nationwide Park in central India, their remaining vacation spot after a 5,000-mile (8,000 km) journey from Namibia that has drawn criticism from some conservationists.
The arrival of the massive cats – the quickest land animal on Earth – coincides with the 72nd birthday of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who launched the primary cat into the park on Saturday. It’s the fruits of a 13-year effort to revive a species which vanished from India some 70 years in the past.
The high-profile undertaking is the primary time wild cheetahs have been moved throughout continents …
Carry on studying: Cheetahs return to India after 70-year absence