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SOUTH INDIA WILDLIFE

South India is linguistically and culturally the real home of the Dravidian's, although ethnic Dravidian are found in eastern as well as central India. The major state of South India includes the state of Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. South India is rich in both flora and fauna with some of the most exotic wildlife species found in the region.

South India has a picturesque landscape and it is referred to as the photographer's and the nature lovers’ home paradise. Some of the astound wildlife seen in the sanctuaries, parks and the forests are the protected leopards and the Tigers, antelopes , sambhar, Deers, bison and a large Elephant population. Prominent species of Birds are the Malabar trogon, crested serpent eagle, and the Malabar pied hornbill. The water bird includes the water fowls and the wild ducks. Tourist from all over is invited to view the wilds in their natural habitats.

SOUTH INDIA WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES


Periyar National ParkPeriyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary of Kerala is cuddled amidst the Cardamom hills region of the Western Ghats, the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary holds the credit of being one of the largest and most frequented wildlife reserves in India. Spread over an area of 777 sqkm., it was declared a National Park in 1982. The forest here...

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BandipurBandipur National Park: Bandipur National Park of Karnataka is a beautiful forest reserve located in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. This national park of Karnataka occupies a special place in India's efforts towards natural conservation. Wayanad and Mudumalai Sanctuaries is located towards its southern edge in the states of Kerala and Tamilnadu respectively. Bandipur National Park is one of the parks...

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BahadraBhadra Wildlife Sanctuary: Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary of Karnataka is located across an area of 492 sq. km between Shimoga and Chikmagalur towns and is based around the huge Bhadra Reservoir. This wildlife sanctuary of Karnataka is tucked away amidst the lofty peaks of the Western Ghats; the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary is a well-known...

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Biligiri RangaswamyBiligiri Rangaswamy Wildlife Sanctuary: Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Sanctuary is located across an area of 540 sq. km. in south-east Karnataka. In This Karnataka Wildlife Sanctuary there are over 50 species of Birds. The Sholaga tribal people live inside the sanctuary. A portion of Biligiri Hills of Karnataka is regarded sacred...

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Dandeli WildlifeDandeli Wildlife Sanctuary: Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary of Karnataka is located in upper Karnataka, near Goa and is 834 sq. km. one of the reputed and the largest wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka. This Sanctuary of Karnanataka is located in Nestling some very rare animal and birds is an unspoilt, untouched and unexplored treasure of wildlife in...

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Eravikulam National ParkEravikulam National Park: Eravikulam National Park of Kerala is 15 kms. from Munnar in Idukki the district of Kerala. Eravikulam National Park spreads over an area of 97 sqkm. Declared as a sanctuary in 1975, it was originally established with the purpose of protecting the Nilgiri tahr. The wildlife variety includes Tigers, panthers, wild dogs...

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Indira Gandhi WildlifeIndira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary/ Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary: Indira Gandhi National Park of Tamil Nadu is among the handful of national parks and wild sanctuaries that have been built over the years in the core of South India, Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary of Tamil Nadu is quite prominent. This Wildlife Sanctuary of Tamil Nadu is situated in the high...

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Mudumalai National ParkMudumalai National Park : Mudumalai National Park of Tamil Nadu is nestled on the northeastern slopes of the Nilgiris; this Tamil Nadu Wildlife Sanctuary has the distinction of being the first wildlife sanctuary of South India. This gently undulating hilly terrain of the Western Ghats lies on Tamil Nadu's interstate boundaries with Karnataka...

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Nagarhole National ParkNagarhole National Park: This National Park of South India is also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park. Nagarhole national park (NNP), the charming park in Karnataka has an astonishing abundance of wildlife including large mammals such as tiger, leopard, wild elephant, dhole (Indian wild dog), and gaur (Indian bison). In this National...

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Parambikulam WildlifeParambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary: The Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary of Kerala here spreads over an area of 285 sq km on the Western Ghats. This wildlife Sanctuary of Kerala is an oasis of tranquil greenery nestled in a valley between the Anamalai ranges of Tamilnadu and the Nelliyampathy ranges of Kerala. The sanctuary is endowed with...

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Calimere WildlifeCalimere Wildlife And Bird Sanctuary (Tamil Nadu): This Wildlife Sanctuary of Tamil Nadu is sprawling on 17.26 sq km surrounded by sea and shore, comprising forests of tidal swamps, this sanctuary is situated in Nagapattinam district. This sanctuary is surrounded by sea and shore, comprising forests of tidal swamps, dry evergreen forests...

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Sharavathi WildlifeSharavathi Wildlife Sanctuary: Sharavathi Wildlife Sanctuary of Karnataka sanctuary is located in Shimoga District in Karnataka. River Sharavathi takes a spectacular leap at a height of 292 m in four distinct falls - Raja, Rani, Rocket and Roarer - to form the highest waterfalls in India. The best time to visit these falls is soon after the monsoons...

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Wayanad WildlifeWayanad Wildlife Sanctuary: Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary of Kerala is rich in bio-diversity, this wildlife sanctuary of Kerala is an integral part of the nilgiri biosphere reserve, which has been established with the chief objective of conserving the biological heritage of the region. The region, which is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, was notified...

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