India is the only land that defines the diversity of wildlife with versatile attraction. It has about a variety of living wildlife amidst the landscape and floral beauty. About 4% of the land comes from the forest region. The Indian wildlife is best known for its rich and also diversified culture.
India is a prime home having good biodiversity of about 7.6% of mammalian, 6.2% of reptilian, 12.6% of the avian, and 6.0% of flowering plant species, coming under the Indomalaya ecozone, Many ecoregions of the country like Shola forests exhibit high rates of endemism. The forests cover over the ranges from the tropical rainforest, the Western Ghats, and the Northeast India to the coniferous forests in the Himalayan region.
The significant terrestrial ecosystem coming along the Indomalaya ecozone consists of temperate, polar, wet, dry regions for different kind of species to live. The species include elephant, tiger, cobra, crocodile, apes, sambar deer, spotted deer, rhinoceros, goats, lions along with different types of flora and faunas.
The Indian wildlife has around 99 world-recognized national parks, about 442 wildlife sanctuaries along with 13 tiger reserves coming in different states of the country. All these national parks and the wildlife reserves are been recognized by the IUCN or the International Union for the Conservation of Nature under the second categories of protected areas.
The Hailey National Park is the first national park in India. It is an allurement the exemplary notion for the ecological conservation. The other national parks having endangered species are the Kaziranga National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Gir National Park, Hemis National Park, Periyar National Park, Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Panna and much more with also, any sub-species in India. All these national parks define the homes because of optimum conditions with proper upbringing and breeding.
At first many of the National Parks were wildlife sanctuaries. After the adoption of conservative measures by the Indian Government, there was a 30% rise in the number of tigers in the year 2015. These wildlife sanctuaries and national parks are the most visited areas in India, that offers an unmatchable wilderness in various regions. The wildlife lovers and tourists say that they could find best options for sightseeing, a safari tour, bird watching, angling, fishing, river crossing, camping, tiger tours at distinct parks of tigers in India.
To make a better and rewarding wildlife experience to the tourists, these destinations are made much extensive by the Wildlife Authority of India thus making them as better-known tourist spots having major attractions. There is also a provision of various kinds of accommodations such as resorts, hotels, lodges coming in close vicinity.
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