Humans have always had close contact with animals and our overall appreciation of wildlife dates back to times when human lives were linked with the animals that lived around them. Wildlife tourism fundamentally comprises the viewing of wild animals and birds, with our views of wildlife, which we have experienced with so close in Indian wild life Sanctuaries. Understanding this relationship with animals is important because it shapes our feelings and actions towards them.
Wildlife Sanctuaries in India take you on an exciting journey through the rich and varied wildlife thriving in diverse ecological zones of the country. One can see the glimpse of wildlife in each and every region of the vast subcontinent. The natural world of India presents an awesome array of flora, fauna and animals reverberating with the sounds of the forest or jungle – the roar of lion, and the distinctive calls of plethora of birds.
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In Ancient times also, the connection of Human being is so closely interrelated with the wildlife and related impacts on the natural world. People’s views of the world form one part of their approach to wildlife and their encounters with them. Wildlife in India thrives in each and every region of the Country.
India has lush green dense forests replete with heavy rainfall, huge trees, dangerous animals, reptiles and insects. There are almost 350 species of mammals and 1200 species of birds in the Indian forests.The Indian Lion is found exclusively in the Gir Forest sanctuary. The Tiger is the most visible mammal of the Indian wildlife. It is protected in many Indian wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Asian elephant is an integral part of India Wildlife Sanctuaries.