Namibian Cheetahs to fly in jet with big cat motif to India | Key Facts
8 Namibian cheetahs are all set to roam in India, 74 years after India's last Cheetah died. They will be brought to Madhya Pradesh's Kuno National Park on September 17 in a special tiger-faced airplane. Special arrangements have been made inside the plane for the Cheetah. They will be kept in cages and the plane will land at Jaipur airport on September 17 morning. Cheetahs will then be flown in helicopters to MP's Kuno National Park. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will release them into their new abode on his birthday. Watch this video to know all about India's Cheetah Project.