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Wildlife of India
India has many exotic and fascinating wildlife destinations. Wildlife India tours offers packages to the National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries of India. Travel to a lush tropical jungle and watch the Tigers and Elephants in the wilderness. Hear the sound of a Panther snarling in the jungle, feel the earth rumble as a Rhino charges past, and marvel at the graceful sight of Cranes and Flamingoes in flight around their nesting grounds in the wildlife sanctuaries in India.
The wild Bengal tiger is the largest found tiger in India. The World Conservation Union Cat Specialist Group has estimated between 3,250 - 4,700 Bengal tigers in the Indian sub-continent. There are 66 different protected zones for the Bengal tigers in India. There are 3 protected zones for Bengal tigers in Nepal inhabiting around 150-250 tigers, 4 protected areas in Bhutan housing 50-250 tigers, 3 protected areas in Bangladesh housing 300-450 tigers.......More Detail
The Indian rhinoceros ("rhino") has one horn, and it has skin with loose folds which make it appear armored. These characteristics distinguish it from the African (black and white) rhinos. It weighs 1600 (female) - 2200 (male) kg (3500 - 4800 lb). The Indian rhino has been recorded from a number of habitats, including marshy lowland and reedbeds; tall grass or bush with patches of savanna and occasional streams and swamps; thick tree and scrub riverine forest; and dry, mixed forest. The Indian rhino mainly eats grass, reeds and twigs, feeding mostly in the morning and evening. It is usually solitary and spends long periods lying in water and wallowing in mud. ............More Detail
India Lion are the pride of the country and nation. India is the only nation in the world, which conserved a significant number of Indian lions. Throughout the history, lion has been the symbols of power and bravery. Its image in India's national emblem and neighboring country Shri Lanka's national flag.........More Detail
Elephant in India has exudes the limit of mere an animals. It is part of historical royal legacy, religious and mythological importance, and of course an important ingredient of our age old cultures. It is fully protected, most revered and well treated animal in India. Mythologically, Indians believe that it is one of those nine jewels which were recovered after the churning of sea by Gods and the demons. Elephants has been the prime means of transportation of kings and royals. They took battles and royal procession riding on the back of its animals. Elephants in India has a cultural and religious bonds with the masses...........More Detail
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