Cheetah Gamini, Her Kittens Enjoy Rain At Kuno National Park: WATCH

The mother and her babies engaged in playful antics with each other.

Cheetah Gamini And Her 5 Kittens Enjoy Rain At Kuno National Park: WATCH

New Delhi: Gamini, the South African Cheetah at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh Sheopur, is a proud mom to five kittens who are about four months old. As the monsoon has made its way after the scorching heatwave, Gamini and her five babies were seen enjoying the rain on Friday morning.

The mother and her babies engaged in playful antics with each other.

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Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Bhupender Yadav posted a video on X with the caption: “Together, they weave a timeless tale of familial harmony amidst nature’s seasonal embrace.”

Gamini gave birth to five kittens on March 10 this year at the Kuno National Park.

Earlier in January this year, Namibian Cheetah ‘Jwala’ gave birth to four cubs at Kuno National Park.

Cheetahs were declared extinct in India in 1952, only to be reintroduced through the ambitious project in 2022 when eight Cheetahs, brought from Namibia, were introduced in India under Project Cheetah.

Subsequently, twelve cheetahs from South Africa were also translocated and released in Kuno National Park in February 2023.

(With ANI inputs)