In a tragic turn of events, another cheetah has died at Kuno National Park, marking the third death in just three months. This incident has raised concerns about the safety and well being of the cheetah population at the park.
According to park officials, the female cheetah was found dead on Monday morning. The cause of death has yet to be determined, but it is suspected that the cheetah may have succumbed to injuries sustained during a fight with another animal.
The recent spate of cheetah deaths at Kuno National Park has raised alarm bells among wildlife conservationists. The park was meant to be the new home for the Asiatic cheetahs, a critically endangered species that is on the verge of extinction.
The first cheetah death was reported in March when a female cheetah died due to a kidney ailment . The second death occurred in April when a male cheetah was died during treatment.
The park authorities have assured that they are taking all necessary steps to investigate the cause of the deaths and ensure the safety of the remaining cheetahs in the park. Under of the urgent need for effective conservation efforts to save endangered species.