A Cheetah Shot In The Erstwhile 'Greater Ranchi' District

April 2012
ZOOs' Print;Apr2012, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p8
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The article offers information on the shooting of Cheetah at Ranchi district in India. The author mentions no exact date of the shooting of Cheetahs in the region. Moreover, the characteristics of the environment and terrain of the forested hills of Palkots where Cheetahs are found are also mentioned.


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