The Wildlife Map of India

India is a house of various flora and fauna, with a large diversity of wildlife, India perhaps houses many immigrants and fragile wildlife. In fact, different terrain India witnesses the types of wildlife.

Either it is the Royal Bengal tigers or the gigantic Elephants, India shelters the numerous varieties of animals in many national parks, bio-Reserves, and wildlife sanctuaries.

As per the research the Western Ghats, the Eastern Himalayas, and Indo-Burma region are the three regions in the world where one can spot 34 most biodiversity-rich spots in the world. According to a study, India is one of the 17 countries that host about 60 to 70 percent of the world’s biodiversity which provides India as a nice India tour. Perhaps visit such national park and sanctuaries prove to be the best things to do in India.

Furthermore, Indian wildlife is being segregated into five zones- east, west, north, south and central.

Wildlife in North India

North India hold a various picturesque of wildlife scenario in India. As the vegetation of North India is deciduous and coniferous it invites many wildlife and especially many immigrants’ birds across the world.

Roughly sketched northern India holds an approximate number of 500 species and over 1500 species of birds and over 25000 types of insects. It is also having a range of reptiles and fish. Wildlife like elephants, tigers, leopards, snow leopards, hyenas, languages, etc. is found.

North India centers on many renowned national parks and sanctuaries. Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand, Dudhwa National Park in Uttar Pradesh, Great Himalayan National Park in Himachal Pradesh, Dachigam National Park in Jammu and Kashmir, etc. are some of the popular sanctuaries in North India. Amongst all the Corbett National Park shelters the endangered Royal Bengal tigers. Perhaps the Jim Corbett National Park is the only park in India where you can witness nature at its splendor.

Wildlife in East India

The eastern India shelters many endangered species and the diversity of the wildlife is unique here. It is found many endangered and unique creatures of the world are found in the east part of India. There is a number of wildlife sanctuaries in parts of Assam, Bihar and West Bengal.

Kaziranga National Park in Assam, the Manas National Park in Assam, Orang National Park in Assam and the Sunderban National Park in West Bengal are some of the renowned sanctuaries which are situated in Eastern India.

Amongst, Manas National Park is the World Heritage Site and it shelters numerous mammals, reptiles, birds and amphibians. The Sunderban National Park is also declared as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The National park is known for its largest conserve of wildlife tigers.

Wildlife in Western India

The wildlife in west India also has rich wildlife. Here the national parka and the sanctuaries boost animals like Asiatic Lions, Blackbucks, Indian Wild Ass, Olive Ridley Turtles, Eels, Wolves and Desert Cats and many more.  Ranthambore National park in Rajasthan is one of the renowned National parks.  Bondla Wildlife sanctuary in Goa, Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary in Goa are some of the other wildlife sanctuaries.

Western India has also abounded marine sanctuaries that reserve and conserves animals like Ridley turtles, shrimps, sponges, green sea urchins, and dolphins.

Wildlife in South India

Out of all, South India is the richest part of conserving the flora and fauna. The Nilgiri biosphere is one of the most popular conserve biospheres in the country. The presence of the Western and the Eastern Ghats boosts rich wildlife and sanctuaries.

Mudumalai National Park in Tamil Nadu, Bandipur National Park in Karnataka, Parambikulam National Park in Kerala, the Silent Valley National Park in Kerala, the Wayanad National Park in Kerala and the Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the most visited and renowned wildlife conserves in India.

Where Periyar National park and Nagarjunasagar wildlife sanctuary is known for reserving tigers and elephants. Silent Valley on the other side is known for its rich flora and fauna.

Wildlife in Central India

As central India has diverse terrain, the area boosts a large amount of flora and fauna. It has about 35 sanctuaries mainly dedicated to preserving endangered species.

Kanha National park is one of the popular visits in central India. Others include Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhav National Park, Sanjay National Park, Indravati National Park, Narsinghgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Bori Wildlife Sanctuary, Pachmarhi Wildlife Sanctuary and many more.

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