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Two cheetah cubs died in Kuno National Park

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Another bad news has come from Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park. Two more cheetah cubs born in India have died. 3 cubs have died in 3 days. The female cheetah Jwala has recently given birth to four cubs. Coon management blamed extreme heat for the cub’s death.

are kept under the supervision of doctors
The Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife), Madhya Pradesh issued a press note clarifying the entire situation. He has said that after the death of one cub on May 23, three cubs and a female cheetah, Jwala, were kept under the care of doctors stationed in Palpur. During the afternoon monitoring the condition of the remaining 3 cubs was not normal. The note said May 23 was the hottest day of the season. Very hot wind and sun was blowing. Considering the unusual condition and heat of the three chicks, the management and team of doctors decided to provide necessary treatment.

1 leopard cub is kept in ICU
Due to the critical condition of the 2 cubs, they could not be saved even after lakhs of attempts during the treatment. One cub is kept in ICU in critical condition. Consultations are ongoing with collaborating cheetah experts in Namibia and South Africa for treatment. One cub is currently in the ICU and is in a stable condition. The female leopard Jwala is said to be healthy. Kuno management said the cheetah cubs were found weak, underweight and severely dehydrated.