The cheetahs of Kuno National Park have made their first prey within 24 hours of being released into a large enclosure. DFO Prakash Kumar Verma told NNI that two of the cheetahs released from Namibia in the month of September were released in the Kuno National Park and released in a large enclosure. As soon as he left here, he took his first prey.
Cheetahs brought from Namibia were released in the Kuno National Park in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. Two of these cheetahs were taken out of the quarantine on November 5 and transferred to a bigger enclosure. At the same time, the remaining six cheetahs will also be transferred to larger enclosures in a phased manner. These cheetahs will be released into the wild for a month or two after being transferred to a larger enclosure.