Nature and wildlife in India
Nature and wildlife in india, A world apart, which enjoys its days best away from human presence is the wildlife in India. In the wild depths of the nation are the homes of the royal Bengal tigers. 2/3 of the great monoronous rhino, Indian elephants and Asiatic lions. These animals along with other species have given true meaning to the wildlife of India.
In an effort to create a security shield around biodiversity. which is best seen in 89 national parks, over 400 wildlife sanctuaries and 13 bio-reserves. The only driving force behind the creation, of these protected areas is the conservation and provision of a safe haven for exotic and endangered species. Over the years, a blanket of tourism has invaded national parks and nature reserves in India.
1. Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park is a wildlife lover’s paradise. It has a Main area of 363 square miles. It is the largest national park in central India. This is one of the well maintain National Park. The result is a beautiful park teeming with wildlife. With around 105 Bengal tigers, it’s a great place to observe big cats in the wild. But there is much more to see there, including leopards, sloths and barasingha. Kanha’s breeding program is playing a huge role in saving the barasingha from extinction.
2. Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh is very scenic and popular with photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. The ruins of an ancient fort make a great backdrop for this park, It has an area of 40 square miles. There is also a buffer area of approximately 154 square miles. It is in the Vindya Hills in Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh boasts one of the highest densities of Bengal tigers in the world. There are also 36 other mammals, including leopards, chital, dhole and nilgai (“blue bulls”).more than 150 bird species, and around 80 butterfly species.
3. Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga park is positioning in the northeastern state of Assam, Kaziranga is one of the best wildlife refuges in the world. This is the world’s largest population of one-horn rhinos. The park is natural wet grasslands, in the Brahmaputra Valley. It is a UNESCO Natural Heritage List for India, Kaziranga is a great conservation success story, having saved the rhino with one horn from the brink of extinction. In 1903 there were only 12 Rino left in the region But now they are about 1,800. The park is also home to many other endangered species such as Bengal tigers, Asian elephants, sloths, Ganges dolphins and many migratory birds. It is the only park in India where elephant safaris are still considered acceptable, as it is the only way to see wildlife in the wet grasslands.