The rescue team included experts from WCS, the Zoological Society of London, and Frankfurt Zoological Society, working together with the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute and the Tanzania Wildlife Division.
After the authorities seized them, the conservationists fitted each cat (two males and one female) with a satellite collar. The collars will allow the scientists to monitor the cheetahs’ movements in the coming months and ensure that they are settling into their new home.
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