Kuno National Park Cheetah: Now tourists will not be able to see cheetahs in Kuno National Park located in Sheopur, Madhya Pradesh. After the continuous death of cheetahs, they are being caught from the open forest and shifted to the enclosure for health examination. After the death of 8 cheetahs in the last 4 months, the health checkup of all cheetahs has started.
In five days, 6 cheetahs have been brought from the open forest to the enclosure by the Kuno National Management. Among them Pawan, Gaurav, Shaurya, Asha, Dheera, Gamini have been tranquilized and brought to the enclosure. At the same time, the radio collars around the neck of these cheetahs have also been removed. According to experts, radio collars were becoming the reason for the death of cheetahs. Because of this the wound was happening.
After the death of cheetah Tejas on 11 July and Suraj on 14 July, health tests of other cheetahs were done. In this, infection was found in the neck of three more cheetahs. The wound was caused by the radio collar. Which caused the death of these cheetahs.
caller id hurt
It is being told that the caller ID that was installed on the cheetahs has been designed for the caller ID tiger. Cheetahs were unfit in these caller IDs. Because of these collar IDs, cheetahs are getting wounds on their necks and insects are getting into them.
Supreme Court asked for report
The Supreme Court has sought a detailed report from the Center on this matter. Now the next hearing will be on August 1. A public interest litigation has been filed in the Supreme Court regarding the death of cheetahs. The petitioner has demanded to shift the remaining cheetahs to Rajasthan or some other place.
50 percent of deaths are considered normal during resettlement of cheetahs. Twenty leopards were brought from Africa. Four leopards were born here. Three of these cubs have died. The court has expressed concern over the death of 40 percent of cheetahs.
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