KUNO CHEETAHS: Cheetahs from Namibia to India have been given collar ID in Kuno National Park | Mission Cheetah- Watch Video

Publish Date: 23 Sep, 2022 |
 

As many as eight wild cats arrived from Namibia on Saturday morning, bringing back the cheetah, which was officially declared extinct in India in 1952. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who turned 72 on this day, released the cheetahs—five females and three males—into Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh.

Animal migratory tracking will now be used by officials at Kuno National Park to constantly monitor the cheetahs' travels, activities, and health status. Satellite Collar IDs, which are worn around the cheetahs' necks, will aid in this.

The GPS in these gadgets is identical to that in cellphones and other portable electronics. Satellites can easily identify the electronic signals that the GPS chips broadcast.

What everything can be detected by the satellite collar ID?

This tool can be used by professionals to learn more about the animal's physical state in addition to its location. These tags also communicate health-related information, which can be used to determine whether the animal needs to be treated or assisted.

 

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