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WildlifeIndia is diverse whichever way you see it. The country serves as a natural habitat to a rich and varied diversity of wildlife. Step into the forests of India to see a peacock dance, to hear a tiger roar and watch a leopard run. The experience is unique in itself. 

Opportunities for wildlife tourism in India are vast. Above 70 National Parks and 400 bird and wildlife sanctuaries combine to make the heritage of wildlife India richer. If you wish to observe the activities of the tiger in their natural habitat, visit the Ranthambhore National Park and Sariska National Park in Rajasthan, Corbett National Park in Uttaranchal, Panna National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh. Jungle safari is the best way to witness the diverse fauna existing in these parks.

The Keoladeo Ghana National Park, also called the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is another major highlight for those seeking adventure and interested to explore the facets of wildlife. The sanctuary has a vast variety of birds. It is truly a paradise for those who love to observe the activities of the birds. Nothing can replace the nature walk in this sanctuary that allows the visitor to see the sanctuary at its best.

About eighty percent of the total population of one horned rhinoceros houses in the Kaziranga National Park in Assam, India. The park draws a horde of tourists to Assam and is equally popular amongst the naturalists and environmentalists. Other famous national parks in India are namely Periyar National Park in Kerala, Pench National Park and Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh and Gir National Park in Gujarat.

The Himalayan region is also rich in the population of wildlife species. While you land in the lap of the Himalayas for an exotic wildlife tour, you may catch glimpses of Deer, Porcupine, Wild Ass, Elephant, one-horned Rhinoceros, Panther, Snow Leopard, Wild Buffalo and some other animal species too.

India is not only concerned about boasting off its rich diversity in wildlife but it also finds the conservation of endangered species namely Lion, the Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Asiatic Elephant and Siberian Crane crucial. India is truly a paradise for the wildlife enthusiasts. It is a pleasure watching the vast variety of flora and fauna that breeds and feeds in India.

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