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Repopulating wild with cheetahs: South African cats to swell numbers of new population in India

News24 04 Feb 2023
Twelve cheetahs are to be relocated to India to help build a population at Kuno National Park in India ... .
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The Beretta Cheetah 80X

Bitchute 01 Feb 2023
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Latto Selling Cheetah-Print Panties On eBay, Bids Are Up To $95K

Vibe Magazine 31 Jan 2023
"Auction live on eBay since I can't wear them twice." ... Latto decided to clawback at the “panty police,” for calling her out for wearing a pair of Cheetah-print panties on two separate occasions ... The 24-year-old showed off several of the same cheetah-print panties, in which some still have tags on them ... Here’s the cheetah stash ... Five.
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Cheetah was found at Wildlife Reserves Singapore, Singapore Zoo, Singapore on June 6th, 2019
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SA’s cheetahs destined for India ‘may be compromised’

Mail Guardian South Africa 30 Jan 2023
After months of delay, the governments of India and South Africa have signed a controversial deal to send African cheetahs to India, 70 years after its Asiastic cheetah was declared extinct. But the six-month period the seven males and five females cheetahs have spent in ...
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12 cheetahs from South Africa to land in India next month

The Economic Times 28 Jan 2023
A batch of 12 cheetahs will be flown to the country from South ...
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India to get 12 cheetahs from South Africa next month

The Daily Times 28 Jan 2023
India will receive 12 cheetahs from South Africa next month that will join eight others it received from Namibia in September as part of an ambitious plan to reintroduce the cats in the country after 70 years. The government says ... .
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India to receive 12 cheetahs from South Africa next month

Telegraph Herald 28 Jan 2023
NEW DELHIIndia will receive 12 cheetahs from South Africa next month that will join eight others it received from Namibia in September as part of an ambitious plan to reintroduce the cats in the country after 70 years ... .
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South Africa: SA, India Collaborate to Reintroduce Cheetah in India

All Africa 28 Jan 2023
South Africa and India have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in the re-introduction of Cheetah to the Asian country ....
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South Africa: Cheetahs Cleared for Take-Off After South Africa-India 'Extinction Reversal' Agreement

All Africa 28 Jan 2023
The ambitious conservation project offers the hope of creating vital new living space for wild cheetah populations but it has drawn both praise and criticism from experts and conservation groups ....
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India to get more than 100 cheetahs from South Africa

Gulf News 28 Jan 2023
South Africa said that it had reached a deal to transfer more than 100 cheetahs to India as part of an ambitious project to reintroduce the spotted cats in the south Asian country. The environment ministry said an initial batch of 12 cheetahs would be flown to India next month, after eight cheetahs arrived from Namibia last September.
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India, South Africa sign pact, 12 cheetahs to be brought to Kuno in February

Financial Express 28 Jan 2023
A SECOND batch of 12 cheetahs \u2014 seven male and five female \u2014 will be brought from South Africa to Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh next month. The central government on Friday confirmed that a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation in reintroduction of cheetahs has been signed between the two countries.
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India to get 12 cheetahs from South Africa every year, MoU inked

Hindustan Times 28 Jan 2023
India has inked a pact with South Africa to bring 12 cheetahs from the African country in February as part of its cheetah translocation project, an official statement said. HT reported on January 26 that the two sides have inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) under which India was set to get 12 cheetahs by February.

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