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Jungles In India
India, the land which is known the world over for its rich and diverse variety of flora and fauna, is also home to a myriad species of rare wildlife found nowhere else on the globe. The reasons for the same are simple yet exciting, India currently has more than 500 national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and tiger reserves. These national parks and sanctuaries house the largest population of tigers in the world, a large number of mighty one horned Rhino, the highly endangered and almost extinct Asiatic Lion and a huge tusker population. These are just a few of the thousands of animal and bird species who have made the jungles of India their home. Indian wildlife expedition is a compelling and pleasurable thought in itself. The choices are immense and unending. Imagine moving through a thick forest in search of a striped predator on the back of a huge tusker...seems wonderful. Isn't it? Most of the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in India provide various facilities for jungle watching that include bird watching on jeeps, elephants, cycle or just trekking through the uneven pathways.

The jungles of India are a heritage of the country which must be taken care of and preserved with utmost care and attention. There is great diversity to be seen which is equally or even more than the cultural and traditional diversity this country possesses. A holiday in the Indian jungles is one of the most favoured and sought after options. The fresh air, salubrious climate and serene environs will leave you spellbound and your appetite whetting for more. The climatic and geographical variations coupled with the factor of low costs are just some of the reasons which make India feature at the top in the list of wildlife hotspots of the world. Spread across the length and breadth of the country, these parks and sanctuaries also offer the visitors a chance to explore the region and get acquaint with the culture and traditions that prevail over there. Visit a high altitude national park in the Northern most state of Jammu and Kashmir or chase a huge tusker in the wildlife sanctuaries of south India. One thing is guaranteed, the experience will be different and even more exciting each time.

The Indian forest Act 1927 was enacted to protect the areas having significant forest cover and wildlife. The act also defines the procedure for declaring an area a Reserved Forest, a Protected Forest or a Village Forest and also highlights about forest offences and the penalties leviable for such an offence. India has over 500 animal sanctuaries, also referred to as wildlife sanctuaries. Few of these have been accorded the status of tiger reserves and are of special significance in preserving the Tiger. Some wildlife sanctuaries are named as bird sanctuaries and those of national importance to conservation have been given the status of national parks.



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