Could have faced Tiger
According to sources, farmer Dilbag Singh was given adequate compensation and the villagers were assured of his safety. An official said, “The only reason Pawan was pacified was that he was moving to another state. Pawan was moved out of Kuno Park this week. Its location was found near Madhav Park, where three tigers were recently killed.” The forest officials were worried that the cheetah might compete with the tiger. When Pawan started moving forward, he was on the verge of entering UP, the forest officials caught him.
The distance from Kuno to Madhav Park is about 50 km.
The distance of Madhav National Park from Kuno National Park is about 50 kilometers. The Forest Department team was alerted after getting information about Oban being near the Madhav National Park. Since then, the movement of Cheetah was being continuously monitored.
Oban has run away many times
Cheetah Pawan, brought from Namibia, has escaped from Kuno many times before. This cheetah has also come to be known as the wandering cheetah. The forest department team is constantly keeping an eye on this cheetah.
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