Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): It seems Cheetah Oban is out on a party these days! Oban, who escaped the Kuno National Park on Sunday morning, has been spotted in forests of Sumed Baichai village while enjoying Chinkara as his breakfast.
According to the information, Oban had its last meal on intervening night of Saturday and Sunday when it hunted cow. Oban was hungry for three days. Hunting of Chinkara is a good news for the forest staff as it is their responsibility to take care of the Cheetah's health.
The Forest Department traced last location of Cheetah near Sumed Baichai village of Pohri area adjacent to Shivpuri forest.
Hunted Cow on intervening night of Saturday-Sunday
Earlier on Saturday-Sunday night, Cheetah Oban had hunted a cow near the fields, one and a half kilometres away from Jhar-Baroda village. The body of the cow was seen by the villagers of the area. After this the Cheetah kept moving forward and reached the Pohri area on Wednesday.
(With inputs from Dainik Bhaskar)
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