Cheetahs Reintroduced to India (Vocabulary List)


Cheetahs have been reintroduced to India. The animals, which formerly shared habitats with tigers and other big cats, were declared extinct in the 1950s.

8 of animals were flown from Namibia to a sanctuary in India, where they will be monitored by experts.

Proponents of reintroducing Cheetahs believe it will benefit the local economy and environment, while critics believe animal reintroductions are always fraught with danger.

Here is some useful vocabulary to help you understand the reintroduction of cheetahs.


Vocabulary

Reintroduce

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Extinct

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Formerly

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Sanctuary

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Batch

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Capable

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Proponent

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Fraught

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