Mysuru zoo receives three African hunting cheetahs from South Africa | Mysuru News

MYSURU: After journeying for 30 hours – 26 hours in aircraft and four hours by road, three African hunting cheetahs from South Africa have landed in Mysuru zoo which is trying its luck again to breed the fastest land animal.
A year after zoo lost its last surviving African hunting Cheetah; it has received three big cats from Ann Van Dyke Cheetah Centre, South Africa. Mysuru is the second zoo to house hunting cheetah in India. Hyderabad zoo has a pair of big cats.
The cats – two females, aged 16 and 14 months and one male, 15 years old journeyed from Johannesburg, South Africa to…

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