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Captive for months, experts fear cheetahs at Kuno may face breeding issues


Cheetah tourism or safari parks are not scientific approach to open ecosystem conservation

After almost five months of confinement in the boma (enclosure), four  cheetahs — three males and one female — have been released in the wild. 

Agni, Vayu, Pawan (prevopusly called Oban) and Veera were released in the free-ranging conditions of Kuno National Park (KNP) in Madhya Pradesh this week. This is the second release of the cheetahs in the park who were brought inside the enclosure in July and August earlier this year, citing health check-ups.