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Tiger Sanctuaries in India

India, the Land of Tigers. Know more about Tiger Sanctuaries.

Friday, 30th July 2021

The wildlife ranch has its own charm, if it's about tigers, the interesting part will be even better! India is the hometown of tigers, thousands of wildlife lovers from all over the world come here. There are more than 2000 wild tigers in this country, if you can find these majestic species in their natural habitat, imagine your luck! Here are some of the more unusual places where tigers are found in India:


Satkosia Tiger Reserve, Odisha

The reserve was established in 1976 and was declared a tiger reserve in 2007. This site includes the Satkosia Canyon Wildlife Sanctuary and the White Spali Wildlife Sanctuary. Located in the Angul district of Orissa, it is one of the most alternative and little-known tiger reserves in the country.


Orang National Park, Assam

The park is located on the banks of the Yarlung Zangbo River in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam. It was established as a refuge in 1985. Then, in 1999, it was declared a national park. It is an ideal place to observe Bengal tigers, Indian rhinos, elephants, and wild buffalo.


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Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh

The 50th tiger reserve in India, the Kamlang Reserve located in the Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh was established in 1989. The reserve is named after the Kamlang River that flows through the park. This place has an absolutely rich flora and fauna and is a natural habitat for tigers and snow leopards.


Bor Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra

Located near Hingani, Wardha District, Maharashtra, it was declared a tiger reserve in July 2014. The protected area covers an area of ??138.12 square kilometers, including the Borba watershed. This place is home to animals such as Bengal tigers, leopards, blue cows, and white sheep.


Bhadra National Park, Karnataka

Located in the Chikkamagaluru district of Karnataka, this national park is a tiger sanctuary and sanctuary as part of the 1998 Tiger Plan. According to records, there are an estimated 33 tigers in the park. In addition, elephants, leopards, wild boars, and black panthers are easily seen in this area.


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