Modi: India PM reintroduces extinct cheetahs on birthday

For the first time since they were officially declared extinct in 1952, cheetahs will roam India. A group of eight cats arrived from Namibia on Saturday for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday. They will undergo a month-long quarantine before being released to a national park in central India. Cheetahs used to share the jungle with other big cats like lions and tigers, but they disappeared 70 years ago. They are the fastest land animals in the world and can reach speeds of
70 miles (113 km) per hour.

This is the first time a large carnivore has migrated from one continent to another and been reintroduced into the wild.

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