Cheetahs are being reintroduced to India after 70 years of extinction

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In India, cheetahs have been extinct for over half a century. Next week, however, the big cats will finally return to the country. An ambitious conservation project aims to relocate a group of cheetahs from South Africa and Namibia to India. It marks the first attempt to move a large carnivore across continents with the aim of reintroducing it into the wild. Over the next few years, India hopes to bring cheetahs back to several of its national parks and reserves. How will the cheetahs be transported to India?The big cats are being readied for the long journey that will take them from Africa to…

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