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10 mysterious forests of India, know who from ...


10 mysterious forests of India


Forests providing oxygen to more than 7 billion people in the world today are struggling to preserve their own existence. In the world 15,000 of the 2,50,000 known species of plants are found in India. Of the 15 million species of organisms, 75,000 species are found in India. 1,200 species of birds and 900 subspecies are found. But now many animal and bird species are disappearing. Forests are being destroyed due to legal and illegal trade of timber. Due to the plight of the forests, the existence of many wild animals including lions, leopards are now in crisis.
10 mysterious forests of India, know who from ...

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Kanha Kisli (Madhya Pradesh)


Kanha National Park is one of Asia's most picturesque and beautiful wildlife reserves. The open grasslands are specialty here. Bamboo and teak trees further enhance its beauty. Here black deer, reindeer, sambhar and cheetal can be seen together. Apart from this, there is a herd of thousands of animals and birds like tiger, leopard, chital, nilgai, wild boar, gaur, buffalo, jackal etc.

Kaziranga National Sanctuary, Assam (1985)


Kaziranga is located 250 km east from Guwahati and 97 kilometers west of Jorhat. Kaziranga National Park is spread over an area of 430 square kilometers in central Assam. UNESCO has kept it in its heritage. This garden is home to one horned Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros, Unicornis).

Sundarbans National Sanctuary, West Bengal (1987)


Sundarbans Sanctuary is located in the catering district in West Bengal (India). Its range is within Bangladesh. Sundarbans is one of the 14 biosphere reserve reserves of India. This garden has also been included in the World Heritage.

Sariska and Ranthambore (Rajasthan)


Rajasthan has two National Parks and more than a dozen sanctuaries and two protected areas. Sariska National Park and Tiger Reserve are located in the dry forests of the Old Aravali ranges, on the other hand the forest of Ranthambore.

Sariska was declared a sanctuary in the year 1955, and in 1979 it was built under Project Tiger, Tiger Reserve. This park is just 110 km from Jaipur and 200 km from Delhi. The valley filled with forest is surrounded by desolate mountain ranges. The park is spread over an area of 800 sq km, while 498 square kilometers is its main part.

Fall Wildlife Sanctuary


Gir Forest National Park and Sanctuary, located in Gujarat state and west-central India. Spread over 1424 square kilometers, the lions, sambhar, leopard and wild boar are prominently in this sanctuary. There is also a small temple of Lord Krishna near the Tulasi-Shyam waterfall in Gir Forest National Park.

Jim Corbett National Park


Jim Corbett National Park is an important park in India. This park is an integral part of Uttaranchal. Various types of beautiful flowers and wildlife are found in this park. There are elephants, cheetahs, lions, etc. in the safe natural sites here. There are 110 types of trees, animals of 50 mammal breeds, 580 species of birds and 25 types of creeping organisms are found in the park. This park is an integral part of Project Tiger. Raghurai and Jagdeep, Rajput, who are well known photographers, have focused the beauty of wild life in their paintings. Cheetahs appear in the lap of the natural mountains of the park. Various types of nocternal cats are found here. Apart from this, many wild cats also get.

Bandipur National Park


Bandipur National Park is located in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. At one time it was the private reserve hunting place of the Maharaja of Mysore State. Many lions and leopards were hunted here.

In 1931, the Maharaja of Mysore state named this sanctuary as Venugopal Wildlife Park. At that time it was spread in about 90 square kilometers. In 1973 it was taken under Project Tiger and its area was increased to 800 square kilometers and it was declared Bandipur National Park.

Campbell Bay National Park


This National Park is located on the Union Territory of India, Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The island is located in the Indian Ocean (Bay of Bengal). The largest island of the Nicobar islands is a national park located on Great Nicobar which was commissioned in 1992 as a national park of India and is now part of the Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve.

Indravati National Park


Indravati National Park is located in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh state of India. It is one of the last places of rare wild buffalo. Its total area is 2799.08 square kilometers. This National Park is the only 'Tiger Reserve' in the state of Chhattisgarh. It is named Indravati National Park due to its settlement along the Indravati river.

Great Himalayan National Park


Rimal Himalayan National Park is a jungle spreading approximately 754.4 square kilometers in the 1,171 sq km area of Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The remaining area comes in eco zone.

It was declared a Natural World Heritage on June 23, 2014. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) got the status of National Park in the 38th session held in Doha.

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