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Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park is also called Tiger Land covering about 1940 sq km area located in the Mandla State of Madhya Pradesh. The park was created in 1955 by a special law and since then it has dedicated itself to pReserveing wildlife, saving many endangered species in the process. In 1974, it got the status of a tiger Reserve under the Project Tiger Scheme. This National Park owes thick vegetation in kinds of sal trees and bamboo forests and grasslands.

Dudhwa National Park
The terrain of Dudhwa National Park holds varieties of flora such as Mosaic grassland, dense Sal and Swampy marshes. Tall coarse grass sometimes forming impenetrable thickets, swampy depressions and lakes characterize the wetlands of the Park. These are the habitat of large numbers of barasingha, the magnificent swamp deer, noted for their multi-tined antlers (bara-12, singha-horn). These in turn support the predators - the tiger and leopard. Though the Park has a fair population of tigers, but it is difficult to trek them due to thick vegetation.

Swamp DeerDudhwa Barasingha