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Cheetah Essay

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Introduction :-Asiatic cheetahs have been known to exist in India for a very long time, but as a result of hunting and other causes, cheetahs have been extinct in India since the 1940s. A captive propagation project has been proposed. Minister of Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh told the Rajya Sabha on 7 July 2009, "The cheetah is the only animal that has been described extinct in India in the ...view middle of the document...

"The plan to bring back the cheetah, which fell to indiscriminate hunting and complex factors like a fragile breeding pattern is audacious given the problems besetting tiger conservation." Two naturalists, Divya Bhanusinh and MK Ranjit Singh, suggested importing cheetahs from Africa, after which they will be bred in captivity and, in time, released in the wild.[55]However, the plan to reintroduce the African cheetahs to India has been suspended after discovering the distinctness between the cheetahs from Asia and Africa, having been separated between 32,000 to 67,000 years ago.[56 ] [57]The cheetah is the worlds fastest land animal. The cheetah can run up to 70 mph.The cheetah mostly prefers to live in dryer places.The cheetah has very small teeth, a very lean body (compared to other cats in the cat family), longer legs and the cheetah is also referred to the greyhound of cats. That's a small price to pay for speed. But the bad part of that is the cheetah can not protect it's prey. The cheetah can also jump very high.

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