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Nagarhole national park is one of the best wildlife habitats in South India, accommodating a wide range of inhabitants such as Deers, Sambars, Sloth Bears, Elephants, Tigers, Panthers, plus varieties of Reptiles, Birds and Butterflies. The adventurous lot and wildlife enthusiasts can get themselves refreshed in the cover of pure nature here.
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The location of Indias major wildlife habitat, Periyar National Park, Thekkady is a lovely landscape that offers plentiful wildlife viewing and adventurous trekking opportunities. Dense evergreen forest beautified with an artificial lake, formed by the Mullapperiyar Dam across the River Periyar, the Periyar National Park exhibits a raw charm sheltering Elephants, Tigers, Gaurs, Sambars, Lion-tailed Macaques, Nilgiri Langurs, so on. Boating in the Periyar Lake gives vivid views of wildlife especially glimpses of elephants playing on the lakesides. Moreover, Thekkadys hills consist of exciting trekking routes ideally suited for adventurous people.
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A large wildlife habitat in Idukki district, central Kerala, Chinnar is curvy shaped land covered with abundant greenery with plentiful inmates like Elephants, Deer, Tigers, Gaurs, Hanuman monkey, Giant grizzled squirrel, Vipers, Kraits, Cobras, and Pythons. For wildlife lovers Chinnar has plenty of entertainments such as trekking, mountain climbing, boating, etc.
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A prime landmark of Keralas famous hill station Munnar, Eravikulam National Park is best known as the abode of endangered Atlas moth, one of the largest of its kind, and Nilgiri Tahr - the rare mountain goat. A haven of exotic and rare plants, the wildlife in Eravikulam consists of Leopard, Lion tailed macaque, Nilgiri Langur, Deer, Monkey, etc. For those who love to trek, there can be hardly better places as this is also the location of Anamudi peak - the highest in South India.
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Located 40 kilometers away from Kalpetta town in Wayanad, Muthanga National Park is the largest wildlife sanctuary in North Keralas Malabar region. This sanctuary is linked to Nagarhole and Bandipur sanctuaries in Karnataka and Muthumalai sanctuary in Tamil Nadu. And is a very crucial part of the Nilgiri biosphere.The state governments forest department is providing facilities for elephant rides in the Muthanga forest. On the way one could see Elephant Herds, Deer, Indian Bison, Cheetah, Bear etc. Birds like Peacock and Peafowl are also a common presence. Overall Muthanga gives a scintillating experience to one and all.
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A Wildlife Sanctuary that boasts of rich diversified flora and fauna, Parambikulam is a choicest location of adventurous people as well as wildlife savvies. Located in North Kerala, about 135 kilometers away from Palakkad town, this Sanctuary is a haven for animals like Sambars, Bisons, Guars, Wild boars, Elephants, Crocodiles, besides a few Tigers and Panthers.
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Part of the environmentally significant Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Silent Valley National Park is the only remaining evergreen forest in the Western Ghats. A living treasure trove of wildlife with an invaluable collection of plants, birds, butterflies and mammals, Silent Valley got its name due to the absence of Cicadas that make chirping sound. The vast undisturbed areas in this forest patch constitute 1000 species of flowering plants, 292 species of birds, 31 species of reptiles, 22 species of amphibians, 500 species of butterflies and moths. This National Park is an apt location for those seeking to learn the ecological aspects of tropical rain forests and realize the immense value of rain forests.
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Thattekkad, to be precise, Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is the first of its kind in Kerala. This bird haven is named after its discoverer who was Indias eminent ornithologist. A couple of hours drive away from Kochi, Thattekkad shelters about 253 bird species including both indigenous as well as migratory birds. Some of the prominent indigenous species are Malabar Grey-Hornbill, Woodpecker, Parakeet, Indian Rollers, Cuckoos, Crow Pheasants, Jungle Nightjars, Grey Drongos, Baya Sparrows, Indian Hill Mynas, Sunbirds, Darters, etc. While rare birds like the Ceylon Frog-Moth, Rose-Billed Roller, Crimson-Throated Barbets, Fairly Bluebirds, Night Herons, can also be seen here.
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One of the first Tiger Reserves in the country, Bandipur National Park is located in Karnataka on the Mysore-Ooty highway, next to Muthumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala. And is part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. The National park is considered to be one-of-its-own-kind in Asia owning to its deciduous, evergreen vegetation and huge wildlife wealth. It around 70 Tigers, 3000 Asian Elephants, Leopards, Dholes, Gaurs, Sloth bears and many other animals.
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