A team made up of veterinarians from Bhopal Led by Dr Atul Gupta Hurried to Kuno National Park In Madhya Pradesh On Tuesday after SashaA senior forest officer stated that a female cheetah became ill from renal infection.
The Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Wildlife) JS Chauhan And Kuno National Park Field director Uttam Kumar SharmaHowever, he denied any serious medical complications.
“It was a routine process and all cheetahs are doing well,” Sharma.
A senior officer, who didn’t wish to be named, said, “Sasha was looking ill. The veterinarian team checked her and found the symptoms of dehydration and renal infection. She was administered fluid and now she is doing well.”
Sasha One of the eight cheetahs who were translocated to India Starting at Namibia on September 17 in the past year. All cheetahs under the world’s first Intercontinental translocation project were released at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
A team of experts monitors the activities and welfare of the cheetahs. As Many cheetahs, including 12 of them, will be transferred from the area soon. South Africa.