Territorial fight between Cheetahs of D.Africa Vs Namibia! Cheetah ‘Agni’ injured, team of doctors doing treatment

Arif Qureshi, Sheopur. There has been a clash between male cheetahs in Kuno National Park located in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. A cheetah named ‘Agni’ is injured in the bloody struggle. He is being treated under the supervision and supervision of doctors.

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Giving information, DFO Prakash Verma said that there was a fight between Agni-Vayu and Gaurav and Shaurya. A cheetah named ‘Agni’ is injured in the struggle. The team of doctors is treating him. Please tell that six cheetahs including 3 cubs have died in Kuno National Park so far.

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Explain that in the first consignment, 8 leopards were brought from Namibia to Kuno National Park. On September 17, PM Modi released these cheetahs in the enclosure on his birthday. After this, on February 18, 12 cheetahs were brought from South Africa. Whom CM Shivraj had left in the enclosure. Jwala, a female cheetah introduced from Namibia, had given birth to 4 cubs, but six cheetahs including 3 cubs have died.

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