Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Experiencing The World Of The Wildlife


India is the proud nation that houses exactly what human race expects to find as blessings from nature. Beginning with the mountain ranges towards the ocean and other water bodies, in the dry desert to the wonderful islands, in the rich history and culture to the insightful a wide range of flora and fauna, India is really a blessed country. There are around 441 wildlife sanctuaries within this wondrous land and around 28 seem to be tiger reserves. There are sanctuaries just for birds as well. Many tourists are wildlife enthusiasts and like to visit this country to peep in to the lives of these innocent beings. A few of the famous national parks are Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh, kanha national park, Gir wildlife sanctuary etc.

Gir wildlife sanctuary is found in the western state of Gujarat. It's the world famous wildlife sanctuary the last preserve of Asiatic lion. Gir can be found in the dry deciduous forest. It's a hub of big cats, including lions as well as leopards. It has the largest quantity of leopards in the country. One can also witness reptiles like marsh crocodiles and muggers. It's the conservation centre which leaves a spectator in awe. Bandhavgarh national park is among the major wildlife sanctuaries located in the heart aria  Madhya Pradesh. It has large bio diversity and it is world famous. It was the original home from the precious white tigers. The gorgeous forest serves as home to many animals such as the wild boars, chinkara. This park should really have the largest number of tigers that draws tourists from all over the world.

Referring to the wildlife sanctuaries and not using the name of Jim Corbett national park is definitely an incomplete discussion about it. It's Indias one of the major wildlife destinations located in the foothills of Uttarakhand. It is the oldest national park of the country and is the protected position for endangered Bengal tiger of India. The area houses 488 different species of plants along with a wide variety of animals. There are 110 tree species, 50 mammals, 580 birds and 25 reptiles. It's the first place that came under the project tiger initiative. It's possible to also go on for an elephant safari. The area is just divine for the wildlife spectators.

Kanha national park is just one of Indias best tiger reserves. It's situated in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. People throughout the world give a visit to this wildlife zone to possess a glimpse of tigers, spotted deers and wolves. The glory where the tigers walk in the green forest is just amazing. India is a land that will never disappoint the travellers because it has too much to offer and provides a chance to the enthusiasts to understand more about.
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