With a view to formulating an action plan for rehabilitating Cheetah, an extinct species, in Kuno Sanctuary in Sheopur district, a team of national and international experts of Cheetah visited the Sanctuary between August 6 and 9, 2011. The team comprised Dr. Lorry Marker, Executive Director of Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia, Dr. Ranjit Singh, Shri Divyabhanu Singh Chawada, Indian Wild-Life Institute, Dehradoon Dr. Y.V. Jhala, Madhya Pradesh’s Chief Wild-Life Custodian Dr. H.S. Pabla and Additional Principal Chief Forest Conservator, Wild-Life Shri Dharmendra Shukla.The team members held discussions on the project with Chief Forest Conservator Wild-Life, Lion Project, Gwalior Shri Anand Kumar, Divisional Forest Officer Shri A.K. Mishra, Sheopur District Collector Shri Gyaneshwar V. Patil and representatives of NGO ‘Sanrakshan’ working for a long time in this region. The experts found the Kuno Sanctuary as best for the project and can stand in line with the world’s conservation wildlife area. If cheetah and lion are rehabilitated and acclimatized in this tropic region then there will be no second place like this in the world. The team of experts decided to bring Cheetah and Lions to Kuno Sanctuary in the beginning of 2012 year. The experts of the team lauded the efforts of Madhya Pradesh Government for the conservation of wildlife and assured the State of extending all possible helps in this regard.