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Supreme Court nod for cheetah’s return to India’s wild

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 28 January 2020
For a decade, the National Tiger Conservation Authority has been knocking on the Supreme Court’s door for introduction of cheetah into the sanctuary, saying this was an ideal habitat for the animals to be brought from Namibia. Now the SC has finally given its nod to cheetah’s introduction “on an experimental basis”.
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